The purpose of the Kennedy/Frontiers in Science Lecture Committee is to bring nationally recognized visitors to the University to lecture and to participate in other campus activities that serve to enrich the lives of members of the university and Athens communities. Visitors shall appeal to a broad cross-section of the university community, bringing new and stimulating thought on major public issues of the day, cultural affairs, important scientific issues, or scholarly fields of general interest.
This Committee reports to the Provost.
Faculty : 6 Voting
Students : 4 Voting (1 Graduate; 2 Undergraduate, including at least one minority representative)
Administrative : 4 Voting (2 At Large; Assoc. Provost for Acad. Affairs; 1 Dean or Associate Dean)
Classified : 1 Voting
Total : 15 Voting (Including 1 Voting Community Member)
Scott Moody, Chair '14(Biological Sciences) firstname.lastname@example.org
Judith Rhue '14 (COM) email@example.com
Phillip Ehrlich '14 (Philosophy) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Holcomb, ‘13 (African American Studies) email@example.com
Vincent Wojtas, ‘13
Chao-Yang Lee, '15 (Rehab & Communication Sciences) firstname.lastname@example.org
Awaiting Nominee from Committee on Committees
Kwabena Owusu-Kwarten, '15 (Student Affairs) email@example.com
Sharon Romina '14 firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Vedder, ’13
Ex Officio Voting
Dennis Irwin email@example.com
Martin Tuck firstname.lastname@example.org
All University committees follow the academic-year calendar. All students serve one-year terms. Undergraduate students are indicated by US and graduate students by GS. Faculty, administrators and staff generally serve three-year terms; the year a committee member's term expires is shown to the right of the person's name. Individuals who are not students and who have no year to the right of their names have Ex-Officio appointments. Ex-Officio appointments have voting privileges unless otherwise noted.