Institutional Advisory Committee
About the IAC
The Institutional Advisory Committee for the Center for Promoting STEM helps assess the needs, expectations, and satisfaction of the constituencies Oakton serves.
IAC members you will listen to CP-STEM progress updates and challenges and provide feedback. The committee also will discuss marketing and recruiting efforts.
Committee members are external to Oakton's NSF STEM Grant and have a mix of knowledge, skills and experience. Thomas Hamel, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs, and on of the co-directors will serve as the chair and co-chair respectively.
- Attend one 1meeting every fall and spring semester (Meetings typically last 60-90 minutes.)
- Define issues, consider various options and provide overall advice
- Consult on issues such as process, collaboration across departments, marketing and advertising, recruiting, identifying SWOT, assisting in implementing CP-STEM mission, assisting in developing or improving activities and programs, suggesting funding opportunities, and providing sage advice and suggestions
- Act as a sounding board for ideas and proposals
- Facilitate the dissemination of projects throughout Oakton's district.
For information about meeting minutes and committee discussions, contact Gloria Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor, Mechanical Design & Mathematics
Room B231, Skokie
Room 2166, Des Plaines
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