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Institutional Effectiveness Council

Beth Wuest, Associate Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness, Chair

Jen Beck, Representative, Student Affairs (R)
Cristine Black, Representative, Budgeting, Financial Planning and Analysis (R)
Michael Blanda, Representative, Research and Federal Relations (R)
Kambra Bolch, Representative, University College (R)
Chad Booth, Representative, Science and Engineering (R)
Maneka Brooks, Representative, Education (R)
Matthew Brooks, Representative, Health Professions (R)
William Chittenden, Representative, McCoy College of Business (R)
Cesquinn Curtis, Representative, University Advancement (R)
Susan Day, Representative, Liberal Arts (R)
Valerie Fleming, Representative, Academic Affairs, Curriculum and Academic Programs (R)
Laurie Fluker, Representative, Fine Arts and Communication (R)
Martha Fraire-Cuellar, Representative, University Registrar (R)
Noel Fuller, Representative, Staff Council (R)
Heather Galloway, Representative, The Honors College (R)
Lynn Ledbetter, Representative, Faculty Senate (R)
Lisa Lloyd, Representative, President's Office (R)
Doug Morrish, Representative, Applied Arts (R)
Nancy Nusbaum, Representative, Finance and Support Services Planning (R)
Lon Olson, Representative, Institutional Effectiveness, Assessment (R)
Greg Passty, Representative, Science and Engineering (R)
Eric Paulson, Representative, Graduate College (R)
Ben Rogers, Representative, IT Assistance Center (R) 
Tammy Sharp, Representative, Faculty and Academic Resources (R)
Tracy Shoemake, Representative, Athletics (R)
Whitten Smart, Representative, Information Technology (R)
Carlos SolĂ­s, Representative, Technology Innovation Office (R)
Marc Turner, Representative, Institutional Research (R)
Kelly Visnak, Representative, University Libraries (R)
David Wierschem, Representative, McCoy College of Business (R)
Dana Willett, Representative, Distance Education (R)
To Be Named (R)

Ex Officio:
Debbie Thorne, Associate Provost (R)

Function: 
The Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC) at Texas State University provides leadership in ongoing, integrated, and institution-wide research-based planning and assessment processes leading to achievement of the university mission and goals, as well as continuous improvement in institutional quality. The IEC further enables open and constructive communication among constituents. The council meets once per long semester.