Computer Technology and Telecommunications
The Computer Technology and Telecommunications Committee shall consist
of one faculty member from each academic department and a representative from the Technology Fee
Committee. The Director of the Information Technology Center of CAS, or designated representative,
shall serve as an ex officio member of the Committee.
A. To recommend policy to CAS Executive Committee and Dean for management of College
computing and information systems facilities;
B. To serve as the primary contact group within CAS to respond to internal and external
matters involving computers and information systems;
C. To assist CAS and departments in meeting computer and information
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systems needs for undergraduate and graduate education, research,
service, and administration;
D. To provide guidance to CAS Executive Committee, and Dean in identifying appropriate
hardware and software for acquisition; and
E. To provide recommendations to the faculty, College Executive Committee, and Dean for
long-range planning of computing and information systems in CAS.
Technology Fee Committee
The Technology Fee Committee includes one undergraduate student member
from each undergraduate major in CAS and one graduate student member from each department.
Committee members will be chosen at the beginning of each academic year. The Director of the
Information Technology Center of CAS shall moderate the committee.
The Technology Fee Committee is responsible for expenditure of funds generated by the technology
fee assessed to students enrolled in CAS. This responsibility includes funding for personnel and
equipment to enhance student
access to computing technology and other modern classroom equipment.