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Institutional Effectiveness Committee

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee was formed in September 2018 in an effort to utilize Drexel's resources effectively by providing efficient processes, technology and excellent service. The committee is comprised of a cross-section representation of the colleges and divisions at Drexel, including faculty and administrative representatives.

The committee is charged with eliminating barriers to success and collaboration across the university, while ensuring efforts are appropriately prioritized and consistent with the University's strategic direction.

The committee will determine the best strategy for identifying existing and potential barriers to success and collaboration, including procedural, political, systemic, and technological barriers. Once identified, processes that cause frustration, delays, or financial drain will be redesigned through a full analysis of potential solutions, including the consultation of key stakeholders, to increase efficiency, satisfaction, and results.

University-wide Effectiveness Survey

In November 2018, the committee released a university-wide survey asking for efficiency and improvement recommendations from Drexel facutly and professional staff. The committee is currently reviewing the results and will be presenting recommended focus areas to President Fry, Provost Blake and EVP Bowman shortly. Once approved, action planning groups, consisting of faculty and professional staff, will be formed to draft and implement project plans for improvements. If you would like to participate, please complete this form (supervisor approval is required). All project plans and progress updates will be available through this site.

If you would like to submit additional feedback regarding efficiency or improvement, please access the Institutional Effectiveness feedback survey. All recommendations submitted through the survey will be presented to the committee for consideration. If you have any questions, please contact Lindsay Norlen at les37@drexel.edu or 215.571.4644.

Committee Members

First Name Last Name College/Department
Gabby Berrios Research Administration
Anna Chrulkiewicz LeBow College of Business
Sean Chung Drexel University Online
Marie Fazio College of Computing & Informatics
Frank Ferrone College of Arts & Sciences
Kim Gholston Human Resources
Paul
Jensen* LeBow College of Business
Julie Jones Procurement Services
Linda Lee College of Engineering
Don Liberati Business Services
Kathryn Mattuch Information Technology
Lisa Miller Academy of Natural Sciences
Lindsay Norlen PMOE
Chris Plummer Facilities Administration
Mary Quigley Academic Information Systems
Allen Sabinson Westphal COMAD
Nicole Sugarman Office of the General Counsel
Megan Weyler* Human Resources and PMOE
Dave Wilson Government & Community Relations
Steven Wrenn College of Engineering

*Committee Co-chair