News Article: Recording Now Available of Fall Semester Faculty Forum
July 30, 2021
A recording of the recent faculty forum is now available for viewing. Members of the campus faculty were invited to a panel discussion and forum discussing the upcoming fall semester in an effort to help in planning before classes begin on Aug. 23.
You can watch the recorded version of the panel discussion featuring a conversation with several campus leaders facilitated by Provost Charles Robinson. Panelists include:
- Bill Kincaid, acting chancellor and managing associate general counsel
- Charles Robinson, provost and executive vice chancellor of academic and student affairs (moderator)
- Terry Martin, senior vice provost for academic affairs
- Kathy Sloan, vice provost for faculty affairs
- Scott Turley, interim associate vice chancellor, Facilities Management
- Lisa Milam, director of recruitment and workforce management, Human Resources
- Mark Rushing, associate vice chancellor, University Relations
- Melissa Harwood-Rom, dean of students and associate vice chancellor of student affairs
- Huda Sharaf, medical director, Pat Walker Health Center
The video is one hour in length. Faculty who registered were able to attend in person and virtually. They were also able to submit questions that were answered by the panel.
If you have a question that was not answered during the forum, you are encouraged to submit it at email@example.com.
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John Thomas, manager of university communications