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Members

CII Executive Committee

Chair of the Commission: Taylor Eighmy, University of Texas at San Antonio
Chair of the Executive Committee: Gil Latz, The Ohio State University

Members:

  • Anne D’Angelo, University of Minnesota
  • David Di Maria, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Megan Francis, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Rosemarie Igbo, Morgan State University
  • Hilary Kahn, Indiana University – Purdue University of Indianapolis
  • Randy Kluver, Oklahoma State University
  • Lisa Montoya, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Gretchen Neisler, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Valeria Padilla, Universidad de Guadalajara
  • Meghna Ramaswamy, University of Saskatchewan
  • Francisco Trigo Tavera, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
  • Kalpen Trivedi, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Jewell Winn, Tennessee State University

Liaisons:

  • Council on Academic Affairs: Ed Feser, Oregon State University
  • International Agriculture Section: Melanie Miller Foster, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Council on Student Affairs: Nancy Young, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Council on Research: Janaka Ruwanpura, University of Calgary

APLU Staff:

  • Bernie Burrola, APLU
  • Jordan Merker, APLU

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