Informational resources related to college administration.
If you have further questions or need assistance, please contact the Dean's Office.
Faculty governance within the College of Engineering and Computer Science is exercised through regular meetings of the Governing Faculty. The University of Michigan-Dearborn's instrument of faculty governance is the Faculty Senate.
Governing and Advisory Bodies
For more detail on the college's governing and advisory bodies, please refer to the CECS Bylaws.
"The Executive Committee is charged with investigating and formulating educational, research, and instructional policies for consideration by The Faculty, and it shall act for The College in matters related to curriculum, budget, promotions, appointments, facilities, academic and disciplinary appeals, and other affairs." (CECS Bylaws, Section V.2.)
Department Representative Term End CECS
Tony England, Dean (ex officio)
Ghassan Kridli, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
Yi Lu Murphey, Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research
Computer and Information Science
Kiumi Akingbehin, alternate
8/31/2019 Electrical and Computer Engineering
Selim Awad, alternate
8/31/2019 Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Yung-Wen Liu, alternate
8/31/2018 Mechanical Engineering
German Reyes-Villanueva, alternate
Di Ma, alternate
CECS Senate Liaison Bruce Maxim
"The Administrative Council shall provide a means of maintaining communication throughout The College, its members being responsible for relaying information disseminated at the meetings. The Administrative Council shall review, discuss, and advise on matters that concern the interests and welfare of The College, including the recommendations of the Curriculum Coordinating Committee." (CECS Bylaws, Section V.5.) Meeting minutes can be accessed via MBox.
- Tony England, Dean (ex officio)
- Yi Lu Murphey, Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research
- Ghassan Kridli, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
- John Cristiano, Co-Director, IAVS, Director, CEEP
- Jeanne Girard, Director, Extended Learning and Outreach
- William Grosky, Chair, Computer of Information Science
- Eric Kirk, Facilities Manager
- Paul Richardson, Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Ben Q. Li, Chair, Mechanical Engineering
- P.K. Mallick, Director, Interdisciplinary Programs
- Leigh McGrath, Business Manager
- Armen Zakarian, Chair, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
"There shall be two College of Engineering and Computer Science Curriculum Coordinating Committees: an Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinating Committee and a Graduate Curriculum Coordinating Committee. The membership of each of these two committees shall consist of one faculty member from each academic department, selected by the Department Chairs, and an at-large representative appointed by the Dean from The Faculty. The departmental members will be appointed by the Dean to staggered three-year terms, each term to begin on September 1. The at-large representative shall have an indeterminate term of ofﬁce and shall have the special responsibility to maintain an in-depth knowledge of the status of the common core courses required of all engineering students and the non-technical electives of most interest to engineering students. A faculty member may serve concurrently as a department representative on both curriculum coordinating committees.
An alternate member for each of the regular members shall also be appointed. The term of the alternate member shall be the same as the term of the regular member. The alternate member shall attend meetings in the absence of the regular member.
Each of the two Curriculum Coordinating Committees shall be chaired by a designated Associate Dean or a faculty representative appointed by the Dean. The Committees shall (1) serve as the focal points for the approval of new courses and modifications to existing courses; (2) serve as the focal points for discussion and suggesting changes in the curricula of the College, including new programs, modifications to existing programs, and changes in required courses that are offered by other academic units and (3) periodically request department faculties to reexamine their curricula or speciﬁc courses." (CECS Bylaws, Section V.6.)
The committees meet once per month, September through April. Members may access the Curriculum Coordinating Committee MBox here.
Department Membership Term End Committee Chairs
Ghassan Kridli, Undergraduate
Yi Lu Murphey, Graduate
Computer and Information Science
Bruce Maxim, alternate
Electrical and Computer Engineering 8/31/2018 Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Yubao Chen, alternate
8/31/2018 Mechanical Engineering
Eric Ratts, alternate
Carole Mei, Undergraduate
Hafiz Malik, Graduate
"The term Governing Faculty with right to vote shall include those members of the College who have tenured and tenure track faculty appointments as professors, associate professors, or assistant professors. The governing faculty shall also include instructors and lecturers who hold appointments of one-half time or more, provided, however, that such instructors and lecturers may vote at faculty meetings only if they have held appointments for more than one year and are authorized to vote by the professorial staff of the College. The term The Faculty used in these rules means Governing Faculty of The College. Instructors and lecturers of more than one year standing and members of the teaching staff, research staff, and professional staff may be designated as members of The Faculty by a majority vote of governing faculty members present and voting at any governing faculty meeting of The College. Those so designated will remain members of The Faculty until termination of employment in The College or until such time as their status is revoked by a majority vote of The Faculty present and voting at any governing faculty meeting of The College." (CECS Bylaws, Section II.1.)
Faculty Secretary: Kiumi Akingbehin
The Governing Faculty meets four times per year: October, November, February, and March.
CECS Grievance Policy
Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in courses offered by CECS are expected to act professionally towards their peers, as well as the faculty and staff members of the College. The students are also expected to uphold the highest level of academic and personal integrity. The students should expect members of the college faculty and staff to act professionally and demonstrate the high integrity that characterizes the professional academic community. In the event a student files a grievance regarding a CECS faculty or staff member, or academic practices and policies, the College is committed to addressing the students concern swiftly in accordance with the procedures outlined in this document.
How to Report an Incident on Campus
The University of Michigan-Dearborn is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus.
The University of Michigan Compliance Hotline is a tool for U-M employees, students, vendors and others to raise concerns regarding financial, regulatory, NCAA, substance abuse and patient safety issues.
The Campus-Wide Incident Reporting Website is a central area to report incidents of discrimination, harassment, hate, bias, sexual assault and instances of concern, safety and campus community wellbeing. If there is an emergency, immediately call 9-1-1.