The president has charged several university committees with engaging the campus community and providing strategic counsel. Members of these committees include faculty, students, staff, alumni, and trustees, appointed by the president for limited terms.

The Advisory Committee on Investment Responsibility is a university body advisory to the President with the following functions:

a) Receive issues referred to it by members of the Duke community
b) Monitor trends and activities in investment responsibility that have an impact on educational institutional investors
c) Conduct research, update Duke’s files on companies, and provide analyses when requested by the President
d) Make recommendations to the President on how to vote proxies when the committee believes proxies should be voted outside the standard protocol of “economic interest;” whether to sponsor shareholder resolutions; whether to correspond with the management of corporations in which the University holds an identifiable equity position; when to divest; and on any new issues, which may warrant attention.

Term: 2 years.

Faculty
Lawrence Baxter (Law School), Chair, 2019
Sunshine Hillygus (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2019
Martin Smith (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2019
Craig Burnside (Economics), 2020

Student representatives
Luke Farrell, DSG Representative, 2020
Tyler Johnson, GPSC Representative, 2020
Ewan Kingston, GPSC, 2019
Jia Jia Shen, DSG, 2019

Alumni representative
Jeff Howard, 2020

Trustee representative
Bill Hawkins, 2019

Administrators
Scott Gibson, Executive Vice Dean for Administration for the School of Medicine
Tracy Futhey, Vice President for IT & Chief Information Officer

Ex officio
Christopher Lott, Deputy University Counsel
Tori Nevois, Assistant VP & Deputy Treasurer

Others (without vote)
Anil Madhok, Advisor, Chief Compliance Officer, DUMAC
Robert McGrail, Head of Legal and Compliance, DUMAC

Charge: The charge to the Athletic Council is outlined on pages 5-8 in the Athletic Policy Manual (pdf). Term: 3 years.

Administration
*Linda Franzoni, Chair, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education (Pratt School of Engineering)
*John Blackshear, Dean of Academic Affairs & Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
*Janie Long, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Chris Lott, Associate University Counsel
Tallman Trask, Executive Vice President

Faculty
Gavan Fitzsimons (Fuqua School of Business), 2022
Laura Smart Richman (Psychology), 2022
Kathy Andolsek (School of Medicine), 2022
*Sara Beale (Law School), 2021
*Laurent Dubois (History), 2021
Ken Gall (Pratt School of Engineering), 2021
Don Taylor (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2021

Alumni
Margo Riddle, 2021
*Abby Johnston McGrath, 2022
Steve Wilson, 2022

Trustees
Allyson Duncan, 2022
*Janet Hill, 2022

Undergraduate Student Representatives
Jackson Kennedy
Luke Vermeer (alternate)

Graduate Student Representatives
Karthik Ilakkuvan
Niki Cleary (alternate)

Student-Athlete Advisory
Kincey Smith
Terry Lindsay (alternate)

Club Sports
Sarah Putney

Ex-Officio Members
Mary Pat McMahon, Vice Provost/Vice President for Student Affairs
*Martha Putallaz, Faculty Athletics Representative, 2022
*Sterly Wilder, Secretary, Associate Vice President, Alumni Affairs

Others (without vote)
Brad Berndt, Associate Director, Athletics
Frank Blalark, University Registrar
Cynthia Clinton, Office of Institutional Equity
Michael Forbes, Director Club Sports
Christoph Guttentag, Director, Undergraduate Admissions
Kimberly Hewitt, Vice President for Institutional Equity
Chris Kennedy, Senior Deputy Director, Athletics
Alison Rabil, Director, Financial Aid
Jacki Silar, Senior Women’s Administrator
Kevin White, Vice President and Director, Athletics

* Serves on Executive Committee

The Campus Sustainability Committee (CSC) was created in 2007 as part of the institutional structure to guide development and implementation of the Duke Climate Action Plan (CAP). After review by senior staff and the Board of Trustees, Duke officially submitted its CAP on October 15, 2009 to the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment. The target date for carbon neutrality is 2024. Charge: The Duke University Campus Sustainability Committee (CSC), a standing committee appointed by the President, is responsible for making recommendations to guide campus sustainability policies, championing these sustainability initiatives and communicating them to each member’s respective constituencies to foster a more sustainable campus community. Terms: 2 Years for faculty, 1 Year for students.

Faculty
Toddi Steelman, Co-Chair (Dean, Nicholas School of the Environment), 2020
Joel Collier (Pratt School of Engineering), 2021
Mona Hassan (School of Nursing), 2021
Katherine Schipper (Fuqua School of Business), 2021
Ara Wilson (Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies), 2021
Charlotte Clark (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2020
Ellen Davis (Divinity), 2020
Christine Folch (Cultural Anthropology), 2020
Dirk Philipsen (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2020
Tim Profeta (Nicholas Institute), 2020
Jonathan Wiener (Law School), 2020

Administrators
Tallman Trask, Co-chair, Executive Vice President
Matt Arsenault, Program Manager, Duke Carbon Offset Initiative
Tavey McDaniel Capps, Director, Sustainable Duke
Marcus Carson, Assistant Director of Sustainability, Duke Dining
Carl DePinto, Director, Parking & Transportation
Jason Elliot, Assistant Director, Sustainable Duke
Joe Gonzalez, Associate Dean, Residence Life
Paul Grantham, Office of Communications Services
Mark Hough, Office of University Architect
John Noonan, Vice President of Facilities
Kelly Rockwell, Assistant to the Deans, Pratt School of Engineering
Tanja Vujic, Director, Biogas Strategy

Undergraduate representatives
Kaitlyn Boncaro, 2020
Tommy Hessel, 2020

Graduate representatives
Claire He, 2020
Shannon Parker, 2020

The Environmental Alliance
Joyce Huang, 2020
Olina Zhu, 2020

Duke Sustainability Board
Rachel Bash, 2020
Anna Chang, 2020

Duke Climate Coalition
Caroline Heitmann, 2020
Amanda Padden, 2020

Undergraduate Environmental Union
Margaret Overton, 2020

Charge: This committee is responsible for planning for the future of the Duke Forest. Faculty serve three-year terms.

Faculty
James Heffernan (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2022
Sherryl Broverman (Biology), 2021
Dan Richter (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2020
Larry Zelenak (Law School), 2020

Administrators
Tallman Trask, Co-chair, Executive Vice President
Toddi Steelman, Co-chair, Dean, Nicholas School of the Environment
Sally Kornbluth, Provost
William LeFevre, Executive Director, Duke Gardens
David Singleton, Associate University Counsel
Mike Schoenfeld, Vice President, Public Affairs & Government Relations
Stelfanie Williams, Vice President, Durham Affairs

Student Representatives
Anita Simha, Graduate and Professional Student Council, 2020
Elizabeth Bock, Duke Student Government, 2020

Reviews all projects destined for consideration by the Trustees’ Facilities & Environment Committee. Six faculty and six administrative appointments; co-chaired by one faculty member and one administrative member. Term: 3 years.

Faculty
Chris Woods, Co-chair (Medicine and Global Health), 2021
Lisa Huettel (Pratt School of Engineering), 2021
Robert Swinney (Fuqua School of Business), 2020
Ava Vinesett (Dance), 2020
Anna Gassman-Pines (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2022
Timothy Johnson (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2022

Administrators
Paul Manning, Co-chair, Director, Project Management of Facilities
Mark Hough, Office of the University Architect
Pat Hull, Assistant Director, Institutional Research
Shawn Subasic, Director, Duke Medical Center Facility Planning Design and Construction
Tim Walsh, Vice President, Finance
Robert Weiseman, Senior Associate Director, Athletics

Duke Student Government
Luke Evans, 2020
Jannis Stoeter, 2020

Graduate and Professional Student Council
Samantha Berstein, 2020

Recommends candidates for Honorary Degrees to the Academic Council and to the Board of Trustees. These recommendations must be approved by both the Council and the Board for the degree to be granted. Faculty term: 3 years.

Faculty
Lesley Curtis (School of Medicine), 2022
Peter Feaver (Political Science), 2021
Ellen Davis (Divinity School), 2020
Preyas Desai (Fuqua School of Business), 2020
Richard Powell (Art, Art History and Visual Studies), 2020

Trustees
Janet Hill, Chair, 2020
Adam Silver, Vice Chair, 2020
Uzoma Ayogu, 2020
Nancy Schlichting, 2020
Laurene Sperling, 2020

Ex Officio
Vince Price, President
Sally Kornbluth, Provost

Charge: Committee’s charge is to facilitate planning for the Founders’ Day Weekend and the awarding of a University Medal at the Convocation in October. Term: 2 years.

Faculty
Carla Brady (School of Medicine), 2020
David Hinton (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2020
Kerry Haynie (Political Science & African and African American Studies), Academic Council Chair & University Faculty Marshal, ex officio

Administrators
Richard Riddell, Co-Chair, Senior Vice President & University Secretary
Robert Bliwise, Associate Director, Alumni Affairs & Director, Duke Magazine, 2020

Ex Officio
Terry Chambliss, Co-Chair, Director, Special Events & University Ceremonies
Margaret Epps, Special Assistant to the President & Associate University Secretary
Michael Schoenfeld, Vice President, Public Affairs & Government Relations
Sterly Wilder, Associate Vice President, Alumni Affairs

Charge: Review all proposals for outdoor public sculpture on campus, both proposed gifts and potential commissions, to ensure that the university encourages the development of an exciting and stimulating visual environment that will enhance Duke’s architecture and physical setting. All units contemplating the installation of public sculpture will submit their plans to this committee, and the committee’s recommendations will in turn be submitted to the Committee on Facilities and Environment for ratification. Term: 3 years

Faculty
John Brown (Music), 2022
Mark Goodacre (Religious Studies), 2022
Cary Moskovitz (Thompson Writing Program), 2022
Edna Andrews (Slavic Studies), 2021
Esther Gabara (Romance Studies), 2021
Rick Powell (Art, Art History & Visual Studies), 2020
Tom Rankin (Center for Documentary Studies), 2020
Barbara Turner (School of Nursing), 2020

Other Members
Kimberly Hewitt, Vice President, Office of Institutional Equity
Mark Hough, Office of the University Architect
William LeFevre, Executive Director, Duke Gardens

Undergraduate Student Representative
Dani Yan, 2020

Graduate Student Representative
Stanley Sun, 2020

Ex Officio
Sarah Schroth, Chair, Director of the Nasher Museum of Art

Gregory Jones M.Div.’85, Ph.D.’88, Dean, Duke Divinity School (Committee Chair)

Bob Ashley ’70, former editor of the Durham Herald-Sun and former Interim Executive Director, Preservation Durham.

Jeff Baker, Professor of Pediatrics and Research Professor of History

Michael Bennett, MPP student, Sanford School of Public Policy

Danal Blessis BSE’82, Alumni Representative

Valerie Gillispie, University Archivist

William E. King ’61, A.M.’63, Ph.D.’70, University Archivist Emeritus

Adriane D. Lentz-Smith, Associate Professor of History

Neil McWilliam, Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Art and Art History

Gino Nuzzolillo ’20, undergraduate student

Deondra Rose, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Political Science

Michael Schoenfeld ’84, Vice President for Public Affairs and Government Relations

Charge: The Council helps ensure that the University pursues its goals of increasing the diversity of the faculty and student body and guaranteeing an excellent experience to students. The Council focuses on student issues for both graduate and undergraduate students. The Council also shares information about events and activities on campus that are relevant to African-American members of the community, and helps disseminate this information more broadly. Term: 3 years.

Faculty
Robert Bryant (Mathematics), 2022
*Deondra Rose (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2022
Darrell Miller (Law School), 2021
Damon Tweedy (School of Medicine), 2021
Tommy DeFrantz (Dance), 2020
*Trina Jones (Law School), 2020

Administrators
Vince Price, Chair, President
*Sanders Adu, President, Duke Black Alumni
Zoila Airall, Assistant Vice President, Student Affairs
Valerie Ashby, Dean, Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Abbas Benmamoun, Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
Gary Bennett, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Linda Capers, Assistant Director, Center for Multicultural Affairs
Chandra Guinn, Director, Mary Lou Williams Center
Kimberly Hewitt, Vice President, Institutional Equity
Sally Kornbluth, Provost
**Jacqueline Looney, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Mary Pat McMahon, Vice Provost/Vice President, Campus Life
Richard Riddell, Senior Vice President and Secretary to the Board of Trustees

Reginaldo Howard Scholars
Arianna Carr, 2020
Joshua Crittenden, 2020

Black Graduate and Professional Student Association
Morine Cebert, 2020
Joshua Crittenden, 2020
*Chavis Jones (President), 2020

Duke Student Government 
Maryam Asenuga, 2020
Liv McKinney (President), 2020
Cody Perry, 2020

Graduate and Professional Student Council
Gabrielle Battle, 2020
Alyssa Florwick (President), 2020
Deborah Oyeyuemi, 2020

Black Student Alliance
Gabrielle Battle, 2020
Dara Sontan, 2020
Cartier Robinson, 2020
De’Ja Wood, 2020

National Pan-Hellenic Council
Joshua Crittenden (President), 2020

National Society of Black Engineers
Arianna Carr (President), 2020

The Bouchet Society
Gwenaelle Thomas (President), 2020

**Chair of Advisory Committee
*Serves on Advisory Committee

Charge: The responsibilities of the University Judicial Board are outlined in Appendix A of the Duke Community Standard in Practice (Formerly Bulletin of Information and Regulations). Term: 2 years.

Faculty
Darrell Miller (Law School), Chair, 2021
Amy Bejsovec (Biology), 2021
Robert Bryant (Mathematics), 2020
Andrew Foster (Law School), 2020
Claudia Gunsch (Pratt School of Engineering), 2020

Administrators
John Blackshear, Dean, Academic Affairs, Trinity College

Students (2 representatives from each school)

Allied Health:
Lauren Giese, 2020
Dashae Smallwood, 2020

Divinity:
Linda Coley, 2020
Tim Holm, 2020

Nursing:
Nicole Caviness-Ashe, 2020
Daniel Tounsel, 2020

Nicholas School of the Environment:
Cameron Oglesby, 2020
Angela Zhou, 2020

Graduate School:
Tiffany Farr, 2020
Andy Whiteley, 2020

Law School:
Michelle Lou, 2020
Terrance Sun, 2020

School of Medicine:
Haley Wymbs, 2020

Fuqua:
Colleen Maher, 2020
Nic Massie, 2020

Sanford:
Allie Jaarsma, 2020
Anant Pandey, 2020

Undergraduate Conduct Board:
Matthew Gayed, 2020
De-Shanna Johnson, 2020
Yi Wei (Cindy), 2020
Matthew Salvino, 2020

Charge: This university committee is charged with assessing university and academic priorities, ensuring that the University’s annual and long-term budgets reflect these priorities, and making recommendations to the President. This committee replaces the President’s Advisory Committee on Resources and provides a stronger venue for faculty governance, and for collaboration between faculty leaders and the senior administration. Term: 3 years.

Faculty
Debu Purohit, Chair, (Fuqua School of Business), 2020
Lisa Keister (Sociology/ECAC representative), 2020
Stefan Zauscher (Pratt), 2020
Adriane Lentz-Smith (History), 2021
Joseph Blocher (Law School), 2021
Elizabeth Albright (Nicholas School of the Environment), 2022
John Aldrich (Political Science), 2022
Laura Lieber (Religious Studies), 2022 (will not serve fall 2019)
Anne West (Neurobiology), 2022
Neil Siegel (Law School), APC Chair

Ex Officio Members (with voting rights)
Vince Price, President
Sally Kornbluth, Provost
Kyle Cavanaugh, Vice President, Administration
Jennifer Francis, Executive Vice Provost
Linda Franzoni, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Education
Scott Gibson, Executive Vice Dean, Administration, School of Medicine
Kerry Haynie, Academic Council Chair
Tallman Trask, Executive Vice President
Tim Walsh, Vice President, Finance
Gene Washington, Chancellor for Health Affairs

Deans
Ravi Bellamkonda (Pratt School of Engineering), 2021
Judith Kelley (Sanford School of Public Policy), 2021

Students
Alyssa Florwick, Graduate and Professional Student Council, 2020
Liv McKinney, Duke Student Government, 2020

Budget and Finance Subcommittee
Debu Purohit, Chair
Sally Kornbluth, ex officio
Tallman Trask, ex officio