Working Groups

Curricular and Product Development: Delivery of Learning and Discovery Experiences, Including B2B, In-person, and Online


Deanna Raineri

Vice President, Experiential, Digital and Global Education and Senior Vice Chancellor Online Experiential Learning

Hazel Sive

Dean, College of Science


Carey Barry

Assistant Clinical Professor and Program Director, Physician Assistant Program, Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Michael Gonyeau

Assistant Dean of Assessment and Curriculum and Clinical Professor, Pharmacy and Health Systems Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Faculty Senator

Kristy Williams

Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Charlotte Campus

Jane Amidon

Professor, Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Strategic Initiatives, College of Arts, Media and Design

Lucas Landherr

Teaching Professor, Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering

Corliss Thompson

Associate Teaching Professor, Graduate School of Education, College of Professional Studies, Charlotte Campus

Amanda Welsh

Professor of the Practice, Leadership and Project Management, College of Professional Studies

Thomas Vicino

Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor, Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Jamie Ladge

Patrick F. & Helen C. Walsh Research Professor, Management and Organizational Development, D’Amore-McKim School of Business

Tucker Marion

Associate Professor of Technological Entrepreneurship, D’Amore-McKim School of Business

Martin Schedlbauer

Teaching Professor, Director of Online Faculty and Programs, Khoury College of Computer Sciences

Julian Fray

Associate Teaching Professor, Associate Dean for Digital Strategy, School of Law

Mallik Sundharam

Associate Vice President- Enrollment Management; Dean, Office of Global Services Leadership

Jonathan French

Student, Class of 2022

Madiha Alam

Student, Class of 2021

Timothy Van Bloem

Student, Class of 2024


April 2021, Strategic Planning document: Curricular and Product Development

A great mission of our university is to educate students and learners at all levels, throughout their lives.
This group will devise the future landscape of Northeastern education, that empowers learners with flexible skills to give resilience in the changing face of work. The group will consider strategies to increase literacy in a wide set of disciplines, to educate across the continuum of diverse learners, and to provide education that can take place anywhere and anytime and in close cooperation with our employer partners. Strategies for incrementally credentialed learning will be considered, all the way to degree outcomes, including undergraduate, masters and PhD levels. The group will consider how to create educational opportunity ahead of the market, how to leverage our global presence, and how to stay ahead of rapidly moving fields. A vibrant plan will inevitably generate resources, promoting the future growth and important trajectory of Northeastern.

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