Kevin Fitzgerald '00, President
Tricia Guanci Therrien, Assistant Vice President of Alumni Relations and Advancement Programming, liaison
The alumni council serves as the primary liaison between the alumni and the college with an emphasis on strengthening the relationships between the college and its alumni.
Dr. Kelly Higgins, Director of Athletics, chair
The athletics committee's function is to advise the director of athletics on the operation of the intercollegiate and intramural athletic programs of the college.
Bean Distinguished Lecture Series
William Ploog, Ph.D., Director of Sponsored Programs and Research, chair
The committee presents a distinguished lecturer series for the enrichment of the college community and the public-at-large via an endowment from the Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation.
Budget Advisory Committee
Peg Bourque, Associate Vice President for Finance and Assistant Treasurer, chair
The committee participates with the college administration in assuring that budgetary goals and priorities are met within the overall strategic goals and mission of the college. The committee, as an advisory body, provides recommendations to the senior leadership committee for decision making during the budgeting cycle as well as initial recommendations for strategic priority investment.
Robert Baron, Director of Financial Planning, chair
The committee's purpose is to conduct an ongoing program of inspection of all accidents and to make recommendations on other matters that affect the safety of college personnel and college liabilitly.
Center for Experiential Learning Advisory Board
Alane DeLuca, Executive Director of Center for Experiential Learning, chair
The purpose of the center for experiential learning advisory board is to provide advice, guidance and assistance on matters concerning program development, community outreach, and grant revenue and identification. As advisors, the board assists the executive director of the center for experiential learning (CEL) in developing and reviewing programmatic goals in support of the CEL's vision and mission.
Maura Marshall, ARNP, MSN, Director of Collge Health Services, liaison
chair elected at first meeting
The college health committee exercises oversight of the operation of the health and counseling services, and, when appropriate, forwards recommendations to the president of the college.
Core Council for Gay and Lesbian Students
Alicia Finn, Ph.D., Dean of Students, co-chair
Shaun O'Halloran '14, co-chair
The core council acts as a resource to the vice president for student affairs in identifying the ongoing needs of gay and lesbian students and assists in implementing campus-wide educational programming on sexual orientation issues.
Core Curriculum Implementation Committee
Ann Norton, Ph.D., Professor of English, co-chair
Kevin Staley, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, co-chair
Core Curriculum Financial Modeling Taskforce
Harry Dumay, Ph.D., Vice President for Finance and Treasurer,
The Core Curriculum Financial Modeling Task Force is charged with developing a financial model to project the financial investment needed for implementation of the proposed core curriculum to be phased in beginning Fall 2013. This task force will review the previous work of two task force groups who did projected costs of the core curriculum in april 2011 and March 2012 while the curriculum was still in process of being developed.
Council on Being Catholic and Benedictine
Susan Gabert, Director of Campus Ministries, co-chair
George Parodi, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, co-chair
The council's purpose is to enable the college to promote, integrate and maintain its commitment to developing and promoting a sustainable culture that is explicitly Catholic and Benedictine. The council assists the president in ensuring that the college's Catholic, Benedictine heritage and values are integrated throughout the college community.
Fr. Augustine Kelly, O.S.B., Dean of the College and Vice President of Academics, chair
The curriculum committee's function is to give consideration to departmental recommendations submitted to it through the dean of the college in building and maintaining a curriculum carefully constructed to attain the aims of the college. It approves new curricular offerings, and through the president, may recommend to the Faculty Senate, the chancellor, and trustees modifications of existing academic policies or the establishment or elimination of an academic department.
Environmental Stewardship Committee
Brian Penney, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, chair
Dennis Lafond, Associate Director of Physical Plant, vice-chair
The environmental stewardship committee provides leadership in enacting the strategic plan objective #23, reduce the environmental impact of the campus by implementing green initiatives throughout campus and incorporating sustainable design principles in all facility and building projects. The committee adheres to the core values of respect for the environment and sustainable living as a local and global environmental citizen and living the Benedictine value of stewardship for the environment and the earth.
Faculty Development Committee
Fr. Augustine Kelly, O.S.B., Dean of the College & Vice President of Academics, liaison
chair elected at first meeting
This committee's purpose is to administer the summer research grant program and the common fund for faculty development. The committee reviews the college faculty development program and makes recommendations for modification to the dean and the faculty senate.
Information Technology Advisory Council (ITAC)
Adam Albina, Chief Information Officer, chair
The council provides advice, guidance, and assistance on matters concerning information technology operations and planning, investments and priorities, policy, and evaluation and assessment of emerging technology. In an advisory capacity, the council assists the chief information officer and vice president for administration in reviewing information technology strategic and tactical plans in reference to college academic and administrative priorities, and provides advisory recommendations to the senior leadership team concerning campus-wide information technology capital expenditures and recommends policy to the President's Cabinet.
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
Lori Laplante, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology and Animal Use and Care Coordinator, chair
The IACUC oversees the college's animal program, facilities and procedures in accordance with the Public Health Service policy on humane care and use of laboratory animals
College Institutional Effectiveness Committee
Derk A. Wierda, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, chair
The institutional effectiveness committee is a college-wide committee established to oversee and coordinate assessment efforts across the entire college. The committee ensures that the assessment initiatives undertaken in all areas of the college conform to best practices in assessing student learning, meeting accreditation standards, and measuring overall institutional effectiveness. Two subcommittees will report to Institutional Effectiveness Committee: Academic Assessment Committee, chaired by Duane F. Bruce, Ph.D., associate dean of the college, and Administrative Assessment Committee, chaired by Patricia Shuster, vice president for administration.
Institutional Effectiveness Academic Assessment Committee
Christine Gustafson, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Assessment and Faculty Development, chair
The academic assessment committee's will address student learning outcomes at college-wide, general education, and departmental levels. Academic Assessment and Administrative Assessment will report directly to the Institutional Effectiveness Committee to ensure that the assessment loop is closed and that assessment informs college-wide planning in fulfilling the college's mission.
Institutional Effectiveness Administrative Assessement Sub-Committee
Pat Shuster, Vice President of Administration, chair
The administrative assessment sub-group will oversee institutional metrics other than student learning outcomes and align with the strategic plan. Academic Assessment and Administrative Assessment will report directly to the Institutional Effectiveness Committee to ensure that the assessment loop is closed and that assessment informs college-wide planning in fulfilling the college's mission.
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Janet Romaine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics and Business, chair
The IRB protects the rights and welfare of human research subjects recruited to participate in scientific or behavioral research conducted under the auspices of the college. The IRB has the authority to approve, require modifications in, or disapprove all research activities that fall within its jurisdiction as specified by both federal regulations and college policy.
Barbara LeBlanc, Assistant Vice President of College Communications and Marketing, chair
In support of the strategic direction of advancing reputation and reach, and overall strategic plan of Saint Anselm College, the integrated marketing committee serves in an advisory capacity to the senior leadership team on marketing goals, strategies, and implementation.
Intellectual Property and Rights Committee
Catherine Fogg, Ph.D., APRN, Associate Professor of Nursing, chair
The intellectual property and rights committee monitors and reviews technological and legislative changes affecting intellectual property policy and reports to relevant persons and administrative bodies, when such changes affect existing policies. The committee serves as a forum for the receipt and discussion of proposals to change existing institutional policy.
Alicia Finn, Ph.D., Dean of Students
Andrew S. Litz, Associate Dean of Students, Process advocate/fact finder
chair elected at first meeting
The judiciary board reviews cases which would involve a student's long term suspension or dismissal from the college. The board is an impartial body designed to ensure that such matters are heard and adjudicated in a fair and confidential manner.
Lean Process Improvement Committee
Bill Furlong, Assistant Vice President for Facilities and Auxiliary Services, co-chair
Jacques Plante, Purchasing Manager, co-chair
Melucci Scholarship Committee
Joseph Emmons, Director of Annual Giving, chair
Thomas and Gail Melucci established the scholarship as a memorial honoring their son, Thomas Jr. '88, his love of life and learning. The Melucci scholarship provides full tuition scholarships to seniors who have demonstrated spiritual and personal growth during their undergraduate career.
New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) Academic Advisory Committee
Andrew Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, chair
The NHIOP academic advisory committee has oversight of the NHIOP Distinguished Speaker Series, NHIOP Faculty Research Incentive Fund, and the Gordon Scholar Program, as well as overarching responsibility for the development of strong academic and research programs and self-sustaining grant revenues.
New Student Orientation
Anne Harrington, Ph.D., Dean of Freshman and Director of Academic Advisement, chair
Jean Courture, Director of Student Activities, vice-chair
The new student orientation committee plans, administers, and reviews the new student orientations throughout the academic year: the August orientation, the January orientation, and the June advising sessions.
President's Steering Committee on Inclusiveness
Tauna Sisco, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, chair
The purposes of the president's steering committee on inclusiveness are to: 1) maintain the institutional focus on inclusiveness as a high priority goal for the college; 2) collaboratively implement, monitor, and report on institutional progress toward inclusiveness goals identified in the inclusiveness strategic plan; 3) plan and oversee further institution-wide education and training on inclusiveness; 4) serve as a clearinghouse and resource for college departments in supporting inclusiveness planning; and 5) initiate specific proposals for external funding to further inclusiveness strategic goals.
Brad Poznanski, Vice President for College Marketing and Enrollment Management, chair
Nicole Leapley, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Modern Languages, vice-chair
The purpose of the retention committee is to assess, plan and ensure implementation of strategies to enhance the college's retention efforts; oversee data collection, analysis, and maintenance to systematically use in decision-making for retention initiatives; monitor best practices in retention and make recommendations for implementation of select initiatives as appropriate; systematically identify and evaluate criteria for at-risk categories of students; collaborate and coordinate with select departments and groups involved in retention efforts; disseminate retention data and initiatives to engage the entire college community.
Senior Leadership Team
Suzanne K. Mellon, Ph.D., RN, Executive Vice President and Professor, chair
As the college's chief planning and strategic body, the senior leadership team is responsible for developing/overseeing the college's strategic and operational goals and objectives and implementing the mission and vision of the college. The team considers and votes upon issues and proposals that have college-wide significance and/or budgetary impact. Based upon established strategic priorities, the senior leadership team shapes and forwards to the president the annual operating and capital budgets for approval.
Staff Advisory Council
Philip Cocchiaro, chair
Tricia Halliday, vice-chair
chair and vice-chair elected at first meeting
The staff advisory council provides staff with a mechanism in which to promote an effective exchange of information between staff and Saint Anselm College administration. The staff advisory council shares information, discusses ideas, and provides input and assistance to the administration to help improve the quality of the environment, morale and productivity at the college.
Strategic Enrollment Management
Brad Poznanski, Vice President for College Marketing and Enrollment Management
In support of the strategic direction, "Advancing the Reputation and Reach", and guided by the mission, vision and overall strategic plan of Saint Anselm College, the strategic enrollment management committee is charged to serve in an advisory capacity to the Vice President for College Marketing and Enrollment Management and the Senior Leadership Team on enrollment goals and financial aid packaging.
Strategic Plan Implementation Steering Committee
Patricia Shuster, Vice President for Administration, chair
Alicia Finn, Ph.D., Dean of Students, vice-chair
The strategic plan implementation steering committee provides high-level coordination of the specific operational plans for the strategic objectives of the plan. The steering committee ensures that alignment occurs across the various areas of the college responsible for executing the strategic objectives and provides recommendations to the Senior Leadership Team.
Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
Kelly Higgins, Ph.D., , Director of Athletics
Courtney McGrath, Athletics Compliance Coordinator, liaison
chair and co-chair, elected at first meeting
The student athletic advisory committee advises the director of athletics on the operation of the intercollegiate and intramural athletic programs of the college to ensure quality athletics at Saint Anselm College.
Traffic Board of Appeals
Donald Davidson, Director of Safety and Security, liaison
chair is elected at first meeting
The traffic board of appeals reviews and makes judgments on cases of appeal with regard to violations of campus traffic regulations as published by the office of safety and security.