Office of Academic and Student Affairs Staff

Rospond,-Raylene-120x155Dr. Raylene Rospond

Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
260-470-2653

  • Board of Trustees
  • President’s representative during absences
  • Cabinet
  • President’s Leadership Council
  • First Circle
  • Academic and Student Affairs Leadership Council (ASALC)
  • Academic quality and accreditation
  • Academic and Student Affairs budget planning and institutional oversight
  • Academic Governance Council Executive Committee
  • Academic and Student Affairs representative to Academic Governance Council
  • Academic facilities & Physical Plant requests/questions
  • Academic instructional technology requests/questions
  • Assigning program review of academic offices; approval of action plans
  • Oversight of Study Abroad and Off-campus Programs, Library, Registrar, Institutional Effectiveness, Student Success, Student Experience, Center for Effective Teaching and Learning, Honors Program
  • Annual performance evaluations for members of Academic and Student Affairs Leadership Council

Stacy Erickson PesetskiDr. Stacy Erickson-Pesetski

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs/Associate Professor of English
260-982-5391

  • Academic calendar
  • Academic catalogs
  • Academic Integrity Violations and Hearing Panels
  • Academic Standards Committee – OASA representative
  • CETL Steering Committee – OASA representative
  • Director First Year Seminar Program
  • Student Transitions to College – OASA representative
  • Post-Baccalaureate competitive award programs - Fulbright
  • Internal student scholarship program awards – Kaufmann, Study Abroad
    OASA sponsored research and grant programs
  • Academic and Student Affairs Leadership Council
  • First Circle

Dwyer,-KathrineKathrine Dwyer

Administrative and Institutional Research Officer
260-982-5140

  • Academic and Student Affairs Leadership Council
  • Academic Governance Council Executive Committee staff support
  • CETL – OASA staff representative and support for Faculty Workshop
  • Honors Program – OASA representative
  • VIA Program – OASA representative
  • Interdisciplinary Councils – OASA staff representative
  • New Faculty Orientation
  • Research Symposium
  • Day of Service
  • Coordinate institutional activities with college deans, department chairs, program directors and unit administrative assistants
  • Academic and Student Affairs Institutional budget development and monitoring support
  • Annual faculty reappointment process
  • Maintain all academic policies and procedures including Faculty Manual
  • Academic Institutional Research – Liaison to Institutional Effectiveness Office, managing student surveys, course evaluations, and some data requests (additional information about where to direct data requests will be forthcoming).

Reid,-AmandaAmanda Reid

Administrative Assistant
260-982-5051

  • Resource for Academic and Student Affairs related questions
  • Manages calendar for Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs
  • Arrange detailed travel plans, itineraries and agendas for OASA activities
  • Prepare correspondence and reports
  • Create and support Faculty Governance Committees – maintain ChetNet sites, post meeting agendas, schedules and minutes
  • Create and support Office of Academic and Student Affairs webpages and ChetNet site
  • OASA Staff Liaison to UG Promotion and Tenure Committee
  • Logistics for OASA events and meetings
  • Coordinate OASA related calendar of events
  • Develop and maintain manual of Standard Operating Procedures