CRCD Councils and Committees

There are several committees and councils that help to shape the College of Rural and Community Development.

Academic Council - ....

Statewide Advisory Council - The purpose of the CRCD Statewide Advisory Council is to inform the Vice Chancellor on important issues that impact our Rural Campuses and the UAF Community and Technical College (CTC).  Council members also make recommendations on new programs and other business related to the college.

In addition to representatives from each rural campus and the UAF Community and Technical College, the Council includes members from community partners.  In February 2011, the Council also welcomed its first student representative.  The Council meets quarterly; twice in person and twice by audio.

CRCD Statewide Advisory Council

(list updated November 2015)

Vacant, Council Member
Representative: Chukchi Campus
(Term: ) 

Rae Belle Whitcomb, Vice Chair
Bristol Bay Native Corporation
Representative: Bristol Bay Campus
(Term: 2014-2017)  
Laurinda Weston O'Brien, Secretary
Association of Village Council Presidents
Representative: Kuskokwim Campus

(Term: 2014-2017

Vacant, Council Member
Representative: Northwest Campus
(Term: ) 

Jerry Walker, Council Member
First National Bank of Alaska
Representative: UAF Community and Technical College
(Term: 2015-2018)  
Cynthia Lind, Council Member
The Aleut Foundation
Representative: Interior Alaska Campus

(Term: 2014-2017)  

, Council Member
Cooperative Extension Service
Representative: Cooperative Extension

(Term: 2015-2018)  
John Harmon, Council Member
Alaska State Board of Education & Early Development
Representative: Department of Education

(Term: 2015-2018) 

John Nelson, Council Member
UAF Student Representative
Representative: Student 

(Term: 2014-2015) 
Scott Warren, Council Member
Alaska Technical Center
Representative: Vocational & Workforce Development
(Term: 2015-2018 ) 
Vacant, Council Member
Representative: Member At-Large
(Term: )  

Ex Officio Member(s):

Evon Peter, Vice Chancellor
Rural, Community and Native Education

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