Digital Innovation Advisory Group

Charge

At this unique moment in the history of the University of Michigan, as we prepare for a third century and lead a global discussion to affirm the critical role of public research universities, we have created a standing advisory committee to provide guidance. The Digital Innovation Advisory Group (DIAG) is tasked with:

  • Providing proactive assessment of opportunities posed by changes to our digital educational ecosystem
  • Demonstrating leadership in knowledge sharing across U-M as we catalogue, showcase and apply lessons from innovative experimentation
  • Reviewing, surfacing and developing new strategic, programmatic and operational digital educational initiatives
  • Participating in U-M activities designed to advance the institution’s digital education strategy
  • Ensuring regular and widespread engagement of faculty, staff and students
  • Mining internal innovation, peer institution innovation and competitive forces to proactively surface and address opportunities and corresponding challenges
  • Coordinating with DIAG subcommittees to ensure timely evaluation of strategic, programmatic and operational considerations
  • Aligning with supporting activities

Chair

Barry Fishman, School of Information/School of Education

Members

  • Angela Dillard, Professor and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  • Anne Sales, Professor , School of Nursing
  • Caren Stalburg, Assistant Professor, Medical School
  • David Mendez, Professor, School of Public Health
  • Gautam Kaul, Professor, School of Business
  • Jack Bernard, Associate General Counsel, Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy
  • Laurie Alexander, Associate University Librarian, University Library
  • Malinda Matney, Social Science Sr Research Assoc & Adjunct Lecturer , Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs/ School of Education
  • Margaret Wooldridge, Professor, College of Engineering
  • Marina Epelman, Associate Professor, College of Engineering
  • Mary Ruffolo, Professor of Social Work and Director of Continuing Education Program, School of Social Work
  • Matthew Kaplan, Director, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
  • Melissa Gross, Professor, School of Kinesiology and Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design
  • Mika LaVaque-Manty, Associate Professor, LSA, Political Science
  • Nigel Melville, Associate Professor, Stephen M. Ross School of Business
  • Panos Y Papalambros, Professor, College of Engineering and Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design
  • Rajesh Mangrulkar, Associate Dean for Medical Student Education, Associate Professor, Medical School
  • Sean DeMonner, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, ITS
  • Stephanie Teasley, Director and Research Professor, LED Lab and School of Information
  • Tim McKay, Professor, LSA, Physics & Astronomy
  • Christi Merrill, Associate Professor, LSA, Comparative Literature

Subcommittees

  • Personalized Learning and Analytics (Tim McKay, Chair)
  • Residential Programs, Innovations, and Tools (Mika LaVaque-Manty, Chair)
  • Digital Infrastructure at Scale (David Mendez, Chair)