Coordination and Advisement

The RFP process is coordinated by a committee of representatives from multiple offices/colleges which reports to Simeon Ananou, Chief Information Officer, and Jim O. Vigoreaux, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs.

Coordinating Committee Members:

  • Jennifer Dickinson, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
  • Laurie Gelles, Educational Technology Team Lead, Larner College of Medicine
  • Justin Henry, UVM Blackboard Administrator
  • Jill Jemison, Assistant Dean for Technology/CIO, Larner College of Medicine
  • Alex Messinger, Manager, Distance Education and Information Systems, CDE; Committee Co-Chair
  • Jane Okech, Professor of Counselor Education / Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs
  • Helen Read, Chair, Educational Research and Technology Committee, Faculty Senate; Senior Lecturer, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
  • Julia Russell, Associate Chief Information Officer
  • Rachel Seremeth, Director, Enterprise Application Systems & Database Administration
  • Wendy Verrei-Berenback, Assistant Director, Center for Teaching and Learning; Committee Co-Chair
  • Rory Waterman, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Aidan Fleming, UVM Student
  • Sarah Wood, UVM Student

The Coordinating Committee receives feedback and guidance from multiple stakeholder offices:

  • Systems Architecture and Administration, ETS
  • Client Services, ETS
  • Student Government Association, Graduate and Undergraduate
  • Registrar’s Office
  • Howe Library
  • College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Education and Social Services
  • College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
  • College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  • Grossman School of Business
  • Larner College of Medicine
  • Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
  • UVM Professional Development and Training
  • Center for Academic Success/Student Accessibility Services
  • Faculty Senate, Education and Research Technology Committee
  • Office of Institutional Research
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