Because strategic planning has been established by the President as the driving force behind the university’s efforts in meeting its goals, managing its budgets, and directing its resources, the Strategic Planning Council is a key component in achieving ongoing institutional success.
Representatives from each of the following University entities will comprise the Council’s membership. Members will report back to their specified areas regarding plan changes and progress.
|Chair||Brandy Hawkins, Director of Accountability|
|Finance and Administration||Jessica Manning, Director of Business Services|
|Facilities||Cody Guins, Director of Facilities, Planning and Construction|
|Information Technology||Doug Fox, Associate Vice President & Chief Information Officer|
|Affiliated Military and Veteran Services||Susan Williams, Director|
|Faculty Senate||Matthew Gritter, Current President|
|Freshman College||John Wegner, Dean|
|College of Arts and Humanities||Erin Ashworth-King, Department Chair of English and Modern Languages|
|Norris-Vincent College of Business||Sandra Pate, Associate Professor of Management|
|Archer College of Health and Human Services||Susan Keith, Nursing and Rehabilitation Sciences|
|College of Science and Engineering||Ben Skipper, Assistant Professor of Biology|
|College of Education||Kinsey Hansen, Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction|
|College of Graduate Studies||Micheal Salisbury, Dean|
|Staff Senate||Farrah Lokey, Current President|
|Quality Enhancement Plan||Lesley Casarez, Director/QEP|
|Student Affairs & Enrollment Management/HSI/Student Senate Advisor||Clint Havins, Director of Student Life|
|Admissions||Sharla Adam, Director of Admissions|
|Athletics||James Reid, Athletic Director|
|Development||Kim Adams, Director of Alumni Association|
The ASU Strategic Planning Council
- Establishes and reviews strategies in support of Master Goals/Plans.
- Sets and monitors Key Performance Indicators and strategic priorities for Master Plan.
- Considers work of ad hoc committees, external mandates within the context of institutional priorities and planning; makes recommendations to the president for strategic priorities for future budget cycles, based on its annual living document review (environmental scan), progress on key performance indicators, institutional data, strategic planning priorities, mandates from external entities (e.g. accrediting agencies, the Texas Tech University System, the State of Texas), and the work of ad hoc committees (e.g. Campus Task Forces, University Committees).