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University Governance and Administration

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

EX OFFICIO TRUSTEES

The Honorable Gray Davis
Governor of California
State Capitol
Sacramento 95814

The Honorable Cruz Bustamente
Lieutenant Governor of California
State Capitol
Sacramento 95814

The Honorable Herb Wesson, Jr.
Speaker of the Assembly
State Capitol
Sacramento 95814

The Honorable Jack O'Connell
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
721 Capitol Mall
Sacramento 95814

Dr. Charles B. Reed
Chancellor of the California State University
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach 90802-4210


OFFICERS OF THE TRUSTEES

The Honorable Gray Davis
President

Debra S. Farar
Chair

Murray L. Galinson
Vice-Chair

Ms. Christine Helwick
Secretary

Richard P. West
Treasurer

APPOINTED TRUSTEES

Appointments are for a term of eight years,except student, alumni, and faculty trustees whose terms are for two years. Terms expire in the year in parentheses. Names are listed
in alphabetical order.

Roberta Achtenberg (2007)
William D. Campbell (2003)
Martha C. Fallgatter (2003)
Debra S. Farar (2006)
Robert Foster (2006)
Murray L. Galinson (2007)
Harold Goldwhite (2003)
William Hauck (2009)
Ricardo F. Icaza (2008)
Shailesh J. Mehta (2005)
Dee Dee Myers (2004)
Ralph R. Pesqueira (2004)
Erene S. Thomas (2003)
Kyriakos Tsakipoulos (2009)
Anthony M. Vitti (2005)

Correspondence with Trustees
should be sent:
c/o Trustees Secretariat
The California State University
401 Golden Shore, Suite 136
Long Beach, CA 90802-4210

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OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR

The California State University
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach, California 90802-4210
562-951-4000

Dr. Charles B. Reed
Chancellor—CSU System

Dr. David S. Spence
Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Gary Hammerstrom
Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs

Ms. Jackie McClain
Vice Chancellor, Human Resources

Mr. Richard P. West
Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Business Officer

Dr. Douglas X. Patiño
Vice Chancellor University Advancement

Ms. Christine Helwick
General Counsel

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UNIVERSITY ADVISORY BOARD

The University Advisory Board was established in 1949 by legislation which authorized an advisory board to “encourage more two-way communication between each institution and its constituency.” The University Advisory Board acts in an advisory capacity in the development of programs of the institution, interpreting the needs of the community to the institution and the institution’s needs to the community, as well as to legislators and other groups. It is composed of distinguished citizens from throughout the state of California.

Please consult the President’s Office for information regarding University Advisory Board members, meetings, and activities.

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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

President
Paul Zingg 898-5201

Executive Assistant to the President
Carol L. Berg 898-5201

 

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OFFICE OF THE PROVOST AND VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Provost and Vice President
Scott G. McNall
898-6101

Associate Provost & Director, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Marilyn Winzenz
898-6101

Administrative Asst. & Office Manager
Diane Wright
898-6101

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs & Dean of Undergraduate Education
Dennis Rothermel (Interim)
898-6101

Bitsy Easley, Analyst
898-6941

The Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies
Carol Burr, Director
898-5249

Honors Program
Andrea Lerner, Interim Director
898-5749

Liberal and Interdisciplinary Studies
K.R. Gina Johnston, Coordinator
898-5802

Vice Provost for Planning and Resource Management
Arno Rethans
898-6101

Jennifer Robison, Analyst
898-6909

Director of Operations
Robert Sneed
898-6101

Academic Publications, Facilities, and Database Services
James W. Jessee, Director
898-4535

Deborah L. Kuechel, Analyst
898-5067


Institutional Research
Charles C. Worth, Director
898-5624

University Public Events
Daniel DeWayne, Director
898-5917

Sandy Miskella, Admin. Assistant & Office Manager
898-5917

Daran Finney, Marketing
Coordinator
898-5917

Steve Ellis, Technical Coordinator
898-5230

Michelle Angela, University Box Office Coordinator
898-6333

Cheryl Thomas, Facilities Reservation Coordinator
898-6118

Daniel Goodsell, Outreach Coordinator
898-5917

Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
Robert L. Hannigan
898-4428

Mary Bankston, Analyst
898-5945

Academic Advising Programs
Spencer Bolich, Director
898-5712

Admissions
John Swiney, Director
898-4428

Student Records and Registration
Bruce Rowen, Registrar
898-4574

Vice Provost for Human Resources
Brenda L. Aden
898-5029

Linda Henderson, Analyst
898-5029

Employment Practices and Employee Disability Programs
Ingrid Cordes, Director
898-5029

Payroll, Benefit, and Systems Support Services
Andi Beach, Director
898-6435

Staff Personnel Programs
Jakki Thomas, Director
898-6771

Vice Provost for Information Resources

William Post

898-6212

Susan Greco
, Analyst
898-6212

Academic Technologies
Kathy Fernandes
898-6112

Communication Services
Beverly Thornton, Director
898-4616

Computing Services
Debra McElroberts, Director
898-5338

Library Services
Carolyn Dusenbury, Director
898-5862

User Support Services
Jerry Ringel, Director
898-5862

Vice Provost for Research & Dean of Graduate & International Programs
Robert Jackson
898-5391

Deans of the Colleges

The College of Agriculture
Charles A. Crabb, Dean
898-5131

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Byron Jackson, Interim Dean
898-6171

The College of Business
TBA, Dean
898-6271

The College of Communication and Education
Stephen W. King, Dean
898-4015

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology
Kenneth N. Derucher, Dean
898-5963

The College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Sarah Blackstone, Dean
898-5351

The College of Natural Sciences
James LJ. Houpis, Dean
898-6121

The Center for Regional and Continuing Education
Debra Barger, Dean (Interim)
898-6105

 

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE

Vice President
Dennis C. Graham
898-6231

William McGinnis, Assistant to the Vice President
898-5522

Bill Jones, Financial Analyst
898-6231

Teresa Arnold, Admin. Assistant & Office Manager
898-6231

Associate Vice President
TBA

898-6231

Capital Projects
Dan Takasugi, Director
898-6231

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program
Beverly Ford, Director
898-4645

Facilities Management & Services
Glennda Morse, Director
898-6222

Environmental Management, Health, & Safety
Ken Sator, Director
898-5126

Facilities Planning
Greg Francis, Director
898-6235

Public Safety & Services
Lesile Deniz, Director
898-5372

 

Associate Vice President for Financial Services
George Wellman
898-5103

Accounting Operations & CMS Financial Project Lead
Cindy Cleland
898-5103

Budget Analysis & Research
Susan P. Cottrell, Director
898-5931

Risk Management & Business Services
Stephanie Yule, Director
898-6278

Business & Finance Technologies
Miles Allen, Director
898-5189

Procurement Services
Patrice M. Hannemann, Director
898-4441

Student Financial Services
Jan Burnham, Director
898-5936

Financial Reporting & Property
Michelle Korte
898-5103

University Printing Services
Mary Molthen, Manager
898-5992

Warehouse Operations, Shipping & Receiving
Charlie Harless, Manager
898-4320

Foundation Business Operations
Richard Jackson, Admin Officer
898-6811

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT AND STUDENT AFFAIRS

Vice President
Paul L. Moore
898-6131


Jim Moon, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
898-6131

Mary Martinez-Quiring,
Office Manager
898-6131

Career Planning & Placement
James N Starmer, Director
898-5253

Educational Support Programs
Martha Williams, Director
898-6831

Financial Aid
Annette Edwards, Director
898-6451

Intercollegiate Athletics & Recreational Sports
Anita Barker, Director
898-6470

Psychological Counseling, Wellness Center & Testing
Donald S. Graham, Director
898-6345

Public Affairs and Publications
Joe Wills, Director
898-4143

 

 

Special Projects and Student Judicial Affairs
Mary Oling Ottoo, Director
898-6897

Student Health Service
Pedro Douglas, Director
898-5241

University Housing &
Food Service
Eddie L. Bankston, Director
898-6325

Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Director of Student Activities
Herman Ellis
898-5396

Associate Vice President for University Advancement
Ed Masterson
898-5297

Annual Giving &
Advancement Services
Linda A. Koch, Director
898-5297

Major Gifts & Planned Giving
Gary Salberg, Director
898-5297

Scholarship Development
TBA, Director

Alumni and Parent Relations
Susan M. Anderson, Director
898-6472

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THE FACULTY

The Constitution of the Faculty of CSU, Chico provides that the faculty shall consist of the following: professors, associate professors, assistant professors, instructors, lecturers, and coaches. In addition, it includes the president, professional librarians, and student services professionals (academic related).

The constitution further provides that “It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Faculty to formulate, recommend, review, and revise all academic, personnel, and professional policies, including fiscal policies related thereto, broadly and liberally defined.” These and other duties and responsibilities are delegated by the faculty to the Academic Senate.


The faculty is listed in each academic program chapter and the faculty Index.

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THE ACADEMIC SENATE

The Academic Senate consists of twenty-nine elected and eight ex-officio faculty members. It exercises those legislative and advisory powers that rest with the faculty. Members, except ex-officio members, are elected as follows: six members elected at large (three are systemwide senators); twenty-three members distributed among the colleges (including Information Resources). Regular elections are held in April or May, as the Executive Committee shall set.

Jim Postma, Chair (2002/03) 898-6201

Standing Committees of the Academic Senate:
Faculty & Student Policies Committee
Educational Policies & Programs Committee

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STAFF COUNCIL

The Staff Council is an organization that allows staff to discuss matters of concern and interest not addressed through collective bargaining. Guests are invited to monthly meetings to inform staff about issues in the university. The council consists of thirty-six elected and three ex-officio members. A slate of officers is elected from within the constituency.

The primary role of Staff Council is to promote positive communication between university staff and the administration, faculty, students, and community. The council also implements programs and projects that are designed to benefit the staff and university. To fulfill this role, the council is involved in special projects including staff scholarships, staff development, on-campus blood drives, the Needy Children’s Project, and the Staff Spring Awards Luncheon.

Stuart King, Chair (2002/2003) 898-6156

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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Founded in 1892, the Alumni Association is an organization of graduates and former students of the university which provides a link between the campus and its alumni. It keeps alumni informed of current developments in the classroom, in continuing education, and of local and national trends in higher education. The Association also provides updates on fellow alumni and former classmates and supports university programs and activities in a variety of ways. These include scholarships, special funding for university projects, and a student emergency loan fund. Alumni volunteers are ready to give their time to the university as needed. The Association also carries on a planned program of alumni chapter meetings throughout the state.

Susan M. Anderson, Director 898-6472

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AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS
   

The authority for CSU auxiliary organizations and their purposes are derived from the Education Code (Education Code, Section 89900, California Code of Regulations, and in Title 5, Sections 42401-2, 42500). The sole purpose of CSU auxiliaries is to serve the university. As appropriate, auxiliaries must also be responsive to their state and federal corporate nonprofit status. Existing CSU, Chico auxiliaries are the Research Foundation, University Foundation, and Associated Students.

It is CSU, Chico policy that campus auxiliaries exist to support the university’s mission and the strategic plan, which implements that mission as determined by the president of the university. Specific obligations of campus auxiliaries are to provide university-approved services and financial support for the mission and strategic plan of the university. (EM 98-26)

The Associated Students

The Associated Students is an independent student not-for-profit corporation owned and controlled by the students under the leadership of an elected board of directors.

In addition to being the student government of the campus, the Associated Students operates the campus bookstore and food services. Although student government operates somewhat independently, it is expected to establish channels for student participation in the governance of the university. The Associated Students provides services, facilities, and amenities not available from state funds and implements a broad spectrum of educational, social, and cultural programs to enrich campus life. See also the chapter “Belonging.”

Jimmy Reed
AS. President (2002/2003)
898-5701

David Buckley
AS. General Manager
898-6002

The Research Foundation

The CSU, Chico Research Foundation, a non-profit corporation, exists to manage a variety of externally funded projects which directly and indirectly support the university’s mission and strategic plan. The Foundation serves as the recipient of all grants and contracts awarded to the university. In fiscal year 1999/2000, the university received over 400 projects with awards totaling nearly $30 million. The Research Foundation also provides a vehicle for the university to engage in entrepreneurial and other projects that provide funds, equipment, and other support not otherwise available through the state.


The University Foundation

The University Foundation, California State University, Chico, was organized and incorporated as a non-profit California corporation in 1940 to support activities for the university that otherwise could not be provided through state-supported funds. In 1997 the University Foundation’s function became solely philanthropic and as such administers bequests, charitable trusts, special gifts, gift annuities, scholarship, endowments, and donor-advised funds. The University Foundation administers the university gift and endowment program.

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