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Leadership

The computer science department is managed via five committees under the direction of the department chair. The committees focus on undergraduate success, the graduate program, outreach/recruitment, operations, and curriculum.  The committees are composed of faculty members who oversee each area. Find out more about these committees and the team members in this section.

Committee Objectives

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Committee Members

  • Jyh-haw Yeh

    Jyh-haw Yeh

    Curriculum Committee Chair

    Curriculum

    Jyh-haw Yeh (chair), Jim Conrad, Michael Ekstrand, Shane Panter, Mason Vail

    Curriculum

    Jyh-haw Yeh (chair), Jim Conrad, Michael Ekstrand, Shane Panter, Mason Vail

  • Jerry Fails

    Jerry Alan Fails

    Graduate Committee Chair

    Graduate

    Jerry Fails (chair, Graduate Coordinator), Tim Andersen (PhD Coordinator), Hoda Mehrpouyan, Casey Kennington, Cathie Olschanowsky

    Graduate

    Jerry Fails (chair, Graduate Coordinator), Tim Andersen (PhD Coordinator), Hoda Mehrpouyan, Casey Kennington, Cathie Olschanowsky

  • Elena Sherman

    Elena Sherman

    Operations Committee Chair

    Operations

    Elena Sherman (Chair), Amit Jain, Gaby Dagher, Ben Peterson, Luke Hindman

    Operations

    Elena Sherman (Chair), Amit Jain, Gaby Dagher, Ben Peterson, Luke Hindman

  • Edoardo Serra photo

    Edoardo Serra

    Outreach and Recruitment Committee Chair

    Outreach and Recruitment

    Edoardo Serra (chair), Ernie Covelli (ex-officio), Steve Cutchin, Min Long, Sole Pera, Jidong Xiao

    Outreach and Recruitment

    Edoardo Serra (chair), Ernie Covelli (ex-officio), Steve Cutchin, Min Long, Sole Pera, Jidong Xiao

  • Bogdan Dit

    Bogdan Dit

    Undergrad Success Committee Chair

    Undergraduate Success

    Bogdan Dit (chair), Jim Buffenbarger, Marissa Schmidt, Francesca Spezzano, Roxanne Stone (ex-officio), Matthew Thomas

    Undergraduate Success

    Bogdan Dit (chair), Jim Buffenbarger, Marissa Schmidt, Francesca Spezzano, Roxanne Stone (ex-officio), Matthew Thomas

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