- Tim McGrath, Vice President of Instruction, Administrative Co-Chair
- Donald Abbott, Professor, History, Faculty Co-Chair
- Jonathan Fohrman, Dean, Arts & Languages
- Ashanti Hands, Dean, Student Affairs
- Bill Craft, Dean, LRC & Technology
- Jan Ellis, Professor, P.E. & Dance
- Madeleine Hinkes, Professor, Anthropology, Academic Senate President
- Laurie Mackenzie, Professor, Psychology, Chair of Chairs Committee
- Richard Chagnon, Professor, Music
- Kari Parker, Professor, Counseling
- Angela Liewen-Romeo, Classified Senate President-elect
- Monica Romero
- Roberto Rosas, ASG President
- Brianna Hays, College-based Researcher
- Pamela Luster, President, Mesa College
- Denise Whisenhunt, Interim Vice President, Student Services
- Jill Baker, Dean, Business & Technology
- Terry Kohlenberg, Academic Senate President-Elect
The committee will meet twice monthly. More frequent meetings will occur as needed.
Meetings are 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
The Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee is one of two participatory governance committees charged with planning that report directly to President's Cabinet, the other being Program Review. The recommendations of each committee are submitted independently to the President's Cabinet for review and adoption.
The Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee is designed to advance the overall planning work for the College, whereas the Program Review Committee advances planning at the unit level – program or service area. These two committees work in tandem as illustrated on the Integrated Planning Process diagram (approved by President's Cabinet, March 1, 2011).
Following the sustainable continuous quality improvement model, the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee is responsible for assuring that the College's planning framework is consistent with accreditation standards; for guiding the annual assessment of progress on stated goals, objectives and priorities and recommending changes as indicated; and for assuring the integration of planning across the campus.
The Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee may establish sub-committees to carry out specific purpose and objectives of the committee. These sub-committees will report directly back to the PIE Committee.
The objectives of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee are to:
- Coordinate the critical planning constructs of the college (such as mission, vision, values; annual objectives and priorities; and long-term goals) and ensure their integration into the planning and operations of the entire college.
- Work in tandem with the Program Review Committee to assure that planning at the unit level is aligned with planning at the college-wide level.
- Foster the college's planning processes, informed by internal and external data.
- Foster the integration of the resource allocation recommendation processes at the college level.
- Carry out on-going assessment of the effectiveness of the alignment and integration of the college's planning activities; recommend and implement improvements.
- Facilitate the development of the college's educational master plan.
- Provide oversight for the College's compliance with WASC-ACCJC Accreditation Standards and the Commission's recommendations regarding the integration of the college's planning efforts;
- Serve as the steering committee for the preparation of reports for the Commission including annual reports, mid-term report, and the self study.
Membership (13 + 5 non-voting)
- Co-Chairs (2)
- Faculty co-chair (1)*
- Administrative co-chair (1)**
- Administrators (3)**
- Faculty (5)*
- Classified (2)
- Student Representative (1)
- Consultants (5), non-voting
- College Based Researcher (CBR)
* At least one of the faculty members to be ex officio Academic Senate Executive Committee.
** At least one of the administrators to be a vice president.
At least one committee member from any group to be ex officio Program Review Committee.
All Ex officio members are also voting members.
Original: 08/31/11; Revised:10/25/11; 09/28/12