Academic Computing and Electronic Communications (ACEC) Committee
Description & Purpose
This committee works with administrative personnel and other governance bodies to support and improve the academic computing and electronic communications environment at KU and to develop policy concerning information security, intellectual property rights, and other matters relating to information technology.
The Committee on Academic Computing and Electronic Communication shall be composed of nine voting members: five faculty members, one of whom shall be from the Libraries, serving staggered three‑year terms, two staff members serving staggered three-year terms; and two students, one undergraduate and one graduate student each serving a one‑year term, appointed by the student body president. The Deputy CIO for Technology or designee and the Associate Vice Provost for Integrity and Compliance or designee shall serve as ex officio, nonvoting members. The members of the committee should be selected so that they will be broadly representative of the University faculty and students by user groups and disciplines. Either a faculty member or staff member may be appointed as chair.