COVID-19 – Academic Affairs Task Force

To protect the safety of students and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University moved all Spring 2020 instruction to a remote delivery model. The Academic Affairs Task Force (previously “Contingency Planning Task Force”) was charged with identifying the benefits, drawbacks, and notable consequences of different instructional models.

2020 Task Force Members

Bill Bernhard, Office of the Provost, Co‐Chair
Kevin Pitts, Office of the Provost, Co‐Chair
Sarita Adve, Grainger College of Engineering
Ellen Althaus, Graduate College
Arnoldo Ayala, Illinois Student Government
Dominic Cobb, Office of Minority Student Affairs
Kimberly Collins, Disability Resources & Educational Services
Sarah Eichhorn, Office of the Provost
Jan Erkert, College of Fine and Applied Arts
Becky Fuller, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Greg Girolami, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Kristin Hoganson, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jonathan Inda, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Konstantinos Kourtikakis, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Kristi Kuntz, Office of the Provost
Drew MacGregor, Technology Services
Kristin McMurray, Office of the Registrar
Logan Middleton, Graduate Student
Linda Moorhouse, College of Fine and Applied Arts
Steven Petruzzello, College of Applied Health Sciences
Sihah Reza, Student
Amy Santos, Office of the Provost
Christopher Schmitz, Grainger College of Engineering
Alma Sealine, University Housing
Christopher Span, College of Education
Karen Tabb, School of Social Work
Anastasia Tzirides, Graduate Student
Allison Vance, Public Affairs
Wendy Yang, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

See public committee documents, such as current and archived charge letter(s) and final report(s).