The UA Zuckerman College of Public Health has 14 groups that serve as standing committees, councils, boards and alliances and represent the governing bodies for the College.
Monitor, manage, evaluate and direct the activities and provide strategic planning for the College. Develops policies and approves policies developed by other College committees.
|Once per Semester
Administer and direct the college's strategic and high level operational activities as they relate to ongoing mission and strategic directions.
Set the education agenda for the College. Evaluates program effectiveness, provides curriculum oversight to programs, and develops academic policies for the College.
Research Advisory Committee
Review current research policy and practice and make suggestions for improvement. Provide scientific review on Dean’s students research funds applications and offer feedback to faculty’s grant proposals for external funding.
Community Engagement, Practice and Service (CEPAS) Committee
Promote and track community outreach, service and practice activities.
Insure: (1) appropriate data collection systems are in place (2) data are utilized to inform decision-making processes, (3) the Service, Education and Research Committees and other responsible entities have developed action plans to address gaps that may be identified in evaluation, and (4) the Evaluation and Planning section of the Colleges Self Study is written in a comprehensive and coherent fashion.
Promotion and Tenure Committee
Develop College P&T guidelines, consider faculty applications for P&T actions, review post tenure evaluations, make recommendations for faculty advancement, and review college sabbatical applications.
Student Affairs Commitee
Act as a clearinghouse for issues related to students; plan, facilitate, and support seminars, workshops, etc; function as lobbying agent/advocate for resolution of student problems.
|Assistant Dean of Student Services
Committee on Inclusion and Equity
To identify and address issues related to building and maintaining a culture supporting diversity throughout the college. The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health is dedicated to promoting the health of individuals and communities in the southwest and globally with an emphasis on achieving health equity through excellence in education, research & service.
|Monthly - 3rd Wednesday
Community Advisory Board
Provide and support opportunities for the College to collaborate with the community, advocate for and support these activities; raise funds for the College.
Public Health Student Alliance
(Student-run) Provide networking opportunities for students with public health community, provide informational opportunities, serve as resource, promote public health on campus, assist in the coordination of semester internship conferences.
Identify and address faculty related issues