Feedback request: UAA Administrative Management Structure Review

by Bruce Schultz, UAA Interim Chancellor  |   

Dear UAA Faculty and Staff,

As you may recall, Chancellor Sandeen initiated the Administrative Management Structure Review in December 2020. The task was given to the Campus Planning Advisory Board (CPAB). The committee was charged to conduct a review of administrative management positions at UAA, alongside similar efforts at UAF, UAS and the system office. The CPAB is normally co-chaired by the vice chancellor for administrative services and the provost; however, due to the focus of this review they abstained from the process. Instead, two members of the CPAB were selected to guide the project.

I am writing to inform you the report is now available on the chancellor’s new intranet site: Feedback on Reports, Recommendations, Proposed Decisions and Campus Rules and Procedures.

As leadership and appointed task groups propose new or revisions to administrative guidance, campus rules and procedures, the chancellor values the voice of the campus community. UAA faculty and staff are invited to share their feedback at the new intranet site. In addition to the Administrative Management Structure Review report, you’ll notice there are other reports available for your feedback.

Current feedback opportunities include:

  • UAA Policy on the Use of University Facilities & Property for Non-Academic Purposes (feedback requested via Seawolf Daily)
    • Feedback due by April 23, 2021
  • Report of the UAA Task Force on Training and Professional Development
    • Feedback due by May 3, 2021
  • UAA Administrative Management Structure Review
    • Feedback due by May 14, 2021

Thank you for your support and partnership as we seek to continuously improve our collective work at UAA.

Bruce Schultz, Ed.D.
UAA Interim Chancellor

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