Technology Enhanced Spaces Committee


Reporting to the University Technology Council, the Technology Enhanced Space Committee, with identified stakeholders from staff, faculty, and administration, provides oversight and management of technology-enhanced spaces on campus. The specific charges are as follows:

  • Serve as a clearinghouse for requests for all learning space, conference room and event space A/V requests.
  • Maintain a well-balanced portfolio of learning spaces. Using the learning space rubric approved by the Learning Space Advisory Group, TESC will address questions of prioritization for maintenance and upgrades of Learning Spaces. 
  • Partner with the Academic Technology Committee, the Committee for Excellence on Teaching, and other university and college-level governance structures to ensure that upgrades address the changing pedagogical and educational needs of faculty and students and support the University’s Mission and Strategic Plan.
  • The committee will work with stakeholders to maintain a centralized record (25Live) of all general purpose and department-stewarded learning spaces.
  • Evaluate classification of learning spaces.
  • Make recommendations to the University Technology Council about A/V budget requests that have been submitted for consideration.



  • Patrick Frontiera, CIO, Chair
  • Crista Copp, Senior Director of Educational Technology and Support Services
  • Matt Frank, Associate Director, Classroom and Creative Services
  • Jennifer Silverman, Ph.D., University Registrar (or delegate)
  • Dayle Smith, Dean, College of Business Administration
  • Maureen Weatherall, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
  • Kat Weaver, Associate Provost for Research and Professional Development
  • Thomas Herndon, Ph.D., Chair, Academic Technology Committee
  • Director, Conferences and Events Services
  • Director, Facilities Management