Dean Jennifer Curtis serves as the administrative head of the College of Engineering (COE) and oversees all its teaching, research and service activities, personnel, facilities and funding resources.
Cindy Rubio-González leads efforts to attract, retain, serve and recognize diversity in students and faculty populations in the College of Engineering.
Roland Faller shares management responsibilities for college wide facilities as well as space planning, assignment and maintenance; liaison to central campus for facilities and space needs.
Ricardo Castro stimulates the development, coordination and overall advancement of engineering graduate and research programs in the College of Engineering.
Aditi Risbud Bartl provides communications leadership and guidance to the dean on internal and external communications, as well as counsel on the implementation of the college’s strategic plan.
Alyssa Panitch is responsible for the overall area of academic personnel and planning. In this role, she oversees academic merits and promotions for the College of Engineering. She is also responsible for new appointments and reappointments of academic personnel. Finally, she oversees planning and search processes for faculty hiring.
Ralph Aldredge provides leadership and oversight for undergraduate enrollment management, orientation and yield efforts, transfer student admissions, academic advising and intervention, retention programs, the Student Startup Center, ABET degree-program accreditation, assessment training for faculty and strategic efforts to improve the academic experience.
Jessie Catacutan leads staff for financial and administration; oversees financial operations, IT, HR and decision support. Leads policy, budget models, resource allocation, capital budgets, organizational structure and liaison for campus wide administrative units (accounting, HR, budget, IT, sponsored programs and contracts and grants).
Leigh Ann Hartman is responsible for building and fostering relationships with alumni and donors in an effort to strengthen the College’s network, increase public awareness of its programs, and secure private financial support in order to meet its goals.