July 30, 2014
Dandaneau elected to national board
Steven Dandaneau, vice provost for undergraduate studies, has been elected to the governing board of The Reinvention Center.
Established in 2000 and inspired by the Boyer Commission Report, The Reinvention Center is the leading national organization of vice provosts for undergraduate education and the only such organization to focus on undergraduate education exclusively at research universities.
Other members include Board Chair Claudia Neuhauser, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Milton Adams, University of Virginia; Lee Baker, Duke University; Gene Bickers, University of Southern California; Ron Braeutigam, Northwestern University; Amy Burkert, Carnegie Mellon University; Richard Feldman, University of Rochester; Blanche Hughes, Colorado State University; Karen Laughlin, Florida State University; Elizabeth Loizeaux, Boston University; Juan Manfredi, University of Pittsburgh; Mike Mullen, North Carolina State University; William Green, University of Miami; and, ex officio executive director Alan Lamborn, Colorado State University.
Dandaneau also serves on the planning committee for the Reinvention Center's next biennial national meeting, which is scheduled for Nov. 14-15 in Washington, D.C., and will feature presentations from university presidents, innovative faculty, and the heads of the Association of American Universities, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Association of American Colleges and Universities, and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education among other leaders in U.S. higher education.