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Faculty Steering Committee

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The Faculty Steering Committee (FSC) serves in an advisory capacity to the directors and staff of the Haas Center for Public Service. FSC meets quarterly for program-based informational briefings and to advise the directors and staff regarding the strength and focus of academic-service connections.

The FSC first formed in the mid-1980s to discuss a wide range of community and public service-related issues. As a group and as individuals, committee members encouraged other faculty to become involved with the center and to offer opportunities for their students to combine experiential service activities with courses and research. The FSC agenda includes evaluation of programs, linking public service to academics, the advisability of new programs, and methods of outreach to other faculty.

2021-2022 Faculty Steering Committee

  • Samer Al-Saber (Theater and Performance Studies)
  • Patrick Archie  (Stanford Educational Farm)
  • Nicole Ardoin (Graduate School of Education/Woods Institute)
  • Juliet Brodie (Law)
  • Bruce Cain (Political Science)
  • Lisa Chamberlain (Pediatrics)
  • Larry Diamond, '74, MA '78, PhD '80 (Sociology and Political Science/Hoover Institution/FSI)
  • Dan Edelstein (French)
  • Scott Fendorf (Earth System Science)
  • Chris Field (Earth System Science)
  • James Fishkin (Communication)
  • Antero Garcia (Education)
  • Lisa Goldman-Rosas (Medicine)
  • Gabrielle Hecht (History)
  • Luci Herman (Law)
  • Tomás Jiménez (Sociology)
  • Michael Kahan (Program on Urban Studies/Sociology)
  • Patricia Karlin-Neumann (Religious Life)
  • Rosemary Knight, PhD '85 (Geophysics)
  • Jim Leape (Center for Ocean Solutions)
  • Larry Litvak (Urban Studies)
  • Titi Liu (Law)
  • Larry Marshall (Law)
  • Julia Novy-Hildesley (Change Leadership for Sustainability Program/SE3)
  • Karla Oeler (Art and Art History)
  • Grant Parker (Classics)
  • Katherine A. Preston (Program in Human Biology)
  • Jonathan Rosa (Graduate School of Education)
  • Greg Rosston, MA '89, PhD '94 (Public Policy Program)
  • Matt Snipp (Sociology)
  • Jenny Suckale (Geophysics & Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering)
  • Ron Tyler (Law)
  • Ross Venook, '00, MS '02, PhD '06 (Bioengineering)
  • Jeremy Weinstein (Political Science)
     

University Liaisons

  • Gordon Chang (History)
  • Emelyn dela Peña (Vice Provost for Student Affairs)
  • Joanne Tien (Vice Provost for Graduate Education)
  • Tom Ehrlich (Education)
  • Shari Palmer, '90 (Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education)
  • Preeti Hehmeyer (Office of Community Engagement)
  • Jenny Saltzman (School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences)
  • Deborah Stipek (Education, Haas Center)