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Last updated: March 2022

We are inviting nominations for open positions on three CIRTL Network committees – the Leadership Team (LT), Cross-Network Operations Group (CNOG), and Membership Operations Group (MOG) – as listed below. All positions are open to self-nomination or nomination by another CIRTL community member. Individuals nominating a colleague should secure the nominee’s permission before submission.

Nominations are due by: Friday, April 8, 2022

Please submit nominations using the CIRTL Call for Nominations Form. For detailed descriptions of committee responsibilities, terms, and eligibility, see the appropriate committee description on the Standing Committees page.

Leadership Team (LT), 3 openings

  • (2) Leader or Co-Leader Positions
  • (1) At-Large Position (open to anyone at a Network institution who is active in a local CIRTL learning community or cross-Network activities, and is not represented by other dedicated slots on the LT – e.g. Leader or Co-Leader, or Grad Student or Postdoc)

The LT is the decision-making authority in CIRTL as regards policies, using sociocratic processes, and except in such cases as when a policy needs to be decided by the Network as a whole or is delegated to a Standing Committee. The LT advises the Director on operational decisions such as revenue planning, program expenditures, initiatives, network procedures and practices, and implementation of CIRTL policies.

Cross-Network Operations Group (CNOG), 2 openings

The CNOG is charged with overseeing the Cross-Network curriculum offerings to ensure that they reflect the CIRTL Core Ideas and Learning Outcomes, are responsive to Network needs, and embody a diverse and evolving set of formats to provide for future faculty development in teaching and learning across the Network.

Membership Operations Group (MOG), 2 openings

The MOG guides the evolving membership of the CIRTL Network, in concert with the strategic directions of the Network. At regular intervals according to the guidance of the Network, the MOG presents a slate of new Members to the Leadership Team.

For detailed descriptions of committee responsibilities, terms, and eligibility, see the appropriate committee description on the Standing Committees page.

2022 Committee Elections

  • Monday, March 7th – Nominations open
  • Friday, April 8th  – Nominations close
  • Tuesday, April 12th – Candidate materials due
  • Wednesday, April 13th – Voting commences
  • Friday, April 29th – Voting closes
  • Monday, August 1st – Term begins

Voting will be conducted using the Simply Voting online election software. Each CIRTL institution will have two votes for each open position. The Institutional Leader and Administrative Co-Leader will each receive an email from “CIRTL Network Elections” that includes an anonymous link to the ballot.

Candidate statements describing their qualifications, experience in CIRTL, and interest in the position will be available via the ballot and emailed in advance of the election. Please take the time needed to discuss your institutional vote with your local CIRTL team and to give each candidate consideration. Here are some details about how to vote within the Simply Voting system:

  1. When you access the ballot through the link in your email, you will see a brief description of the Leadership Team (LT) functions, followed by the list of LT candidates.
  2. Keep scrolling down and you will see the same for the Cross-Network Operations Group and the Membership Operations Group (MOG).
  3. You may view a candidate’s statement by clicking “view details” next to their name.
  4. To vote, click the boxes next to your desired candidates for each committee, then click “Continue”at the bottom of the page. The software will then display your selections for you to review.
  5. Click “Confirm” to place your vote, or “Change” to make new selections.
  6. Once you have placed your vote, you should see “Success” on the page and will be able to view and print your voting receipt.

The voting software will send reminders to those individuals who have not yet voted as the deadline for voting approaches. We will not know the results of the election until voting has closed.

Ballots will be sent to these Institutional Leaders and Administrative Co-Leaders. (If a Leader position is empty at the time of the vote, that position will forfeit their right to vote):

Elector #1 Elector #2 Institution
Elizabeth Wentz Tamara Underiner Arizona State University
Susanne Hall Jennifer Imamura California Institute of Technology
Soulaymane Kachani Christopher Chen Columbia University
Kathryn Boor Colleen McLinn Cornell University
Angela Siegel Jill McSweeney Dalhousie University
Jennifer Stanford Jason Silverman Drexel University
Kimberly Jacob Arriola Cora MacBeth Emory University
Joyce Weinsheimer David Lawrence Georgia Institute of Technology
Dana Williams Kamla Deonauth Howard University
David Daleke Janice Blum Indiana University, IUPUI
William Graves Karen Bovenmyer Iowa State University
Michael Reese Kelly Clark Johns Hopkins University
Carol Wicks Fahui Wang Louisiana State University
Rique Campa Kirstin Parkin Michigan State University
Matt Glucksberg Rob Linsenmeier Northwestern University
Jonathan Baker David Sovic The Ohio State University
Sarah Ades Angela Linse The Pennsylvania State University
Stacey Bent Gloriana Trujillo Stanford University
Karen Butler-Purry George Cunningham Texas A&M University
Graham Hammill Monica Carter University at Buffalo
Lisa Schwiebert University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gail Burd John Jewett University of Arizona
Brett Gilley Jaclyn Stewart University of British Columbia
Michael Denin Danny Mann University of California, Irvine
Susan Ettner Rachel Kennison University of California, Los Angeles
Kent Holsinger Peter Diplock University of Connecticut
Allen Wysocki Jennifer Smith University of Florida
Judy Milton University of Georgia
Sarah Larsen Tashemia Jones University of Houston
Jerry McMurtry Brian Smentkowski University of Idaho
Karen Colley Erin Sanders O’Leary University of Illinois at Chicago
Darren Hoffman Jennifer Teitle University of Iowa
Janet Rutledge Jamie Gurganus University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Beth Jakob Tilman Wolf University of Massachusetts Amherst
LJ McElravy Lisa Rohde University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Suzanne Barbour Brian Rybarczyk University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mary Besterfield-Sacre April Dukes University of Pittsburgh
Robert Jacobsen Ferlin McGaskey University of Tennessee, Knoxville
James Grover University of Texas at Arlington
Robert Mathieu Jessica Maher University of Wisconsin-Madison
Michael Wysession Denise Leonard Washington University in St. Louis
Paula Kavathas Suzanne Young Yale University

If you have questions, please contact CIRTL Central staff through the Helpdesk at info@cirtl.net.