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2014 ACSA Board Candidates

January 16, 2014

NEW ONLINE VOTING
Below is information for the 2014 ACSA elections, including candidate information (links). Official ballots were emailed to Faculty Councilors of each full-member school. The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative. Faculty Councilors must complete the online ballot by 5pm PT, February 14, 2014.
 

2014 ACSA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
The President-Elect will serve on the Board for a three-year term, beginning on July 1, 2014, with the first year served as Vice President, the second year served as President, and the third year served as Past President. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.


Peter B. MacKeith II, Washington University in St. Louis



Marilys R. Nepomechie, FAIA, Florida International University



2014 ACSA SECRETARY ELECTION
The Secretary serves for a two-year term, beginning on July 1, 2014. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.

 


Gregory A. Luhan, University of Kentucky


Edward Mitchell, Yale University



2014 ACSA REGIONAL DIRECTOR ELECTIONS
The Regional Director will serve on the Board for a three-year term, beginning on July 1, 2014. Regional Directors serve as leaders of their regional constituent associations and chair meetings of their respective regional councils. They maintain regional records and have responsibility for the fiscal affairs of the constituent associations, and are accountable to their regional council for these funds. They provide assistance to regional schools and organizations applying for institutional membership. They prepare annual reports of regional activities for publication in the Association’s Annual Report. They participate in the nomination and election of their respective succeeding regional directors; and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the board, Regional Directors also sit on the ACSA board and are required to attend up to three board meetings a year. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.

 

2013 Northeast Candidates


John Cays, New Jersey Institute of Technology


Patricia Seitz, Massachusetts College of Art and Design



2013 Mid Atlantic Candidates

 


Craig S. Griffen, Philadelphia University


Carlos A. Reimers, Catholic University of America



ACSA ELECTION PROCESS
Faculty Councilors of member schools shall be responsible for encouraging colleagues to express their views regarding candidates for Association elections, and shall submit the vote of the member school they represent on behalf of all members of the faculty. The Association shall announce the results of elections and appointments as soon as feasible, consistent with the Rules of the Board of Directors.
The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative. Faculty Councilors must complete the online ballot by 5pm PT, February 14, 2014.

 

2014 ACSA BOARD ELECTION TIMELINE
January 16, 2014
  Ballots emailed to Faculty Councilors at full-member schools
February 15, 2014, 5pm PT
  Deadline for submission of online ballots
April 2014
  Winners announced at ACSA Annual Business Meeting in Miami Beach, FL


The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative and must completed the online ballot by 5pm PT, February 14, 2014.  

CONTACT
Eric Ellis, ACSA Director of Operations and Programs


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