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Professional Divisions Committee (PDC)

The Professional Divisions Committee shall be responsible for the proper conduct of the Professional Divisions and Technical Groups. The committee shall cooperate with individuals and groups interested in the formation of Divisions and Technical Groups, assisting them in the preparation of statements and a petition, and in other organizational and operating procedures (see also R18.1, R18.3, R18.6, R18.7.2).

This committee shall be composed of not fewer than six (6) and not more than twelve (12) Fellows, Members, Student, Emeritus, or Honorary Life Members, each appointed to a three (3) year term, with the terms of approximately one-third (1/3) of the members expiring at the close of each Annual Meeting. In addition, the chair and vice-chair of each Professional Division (each Division, however, shall have only one vote), and the chair and vice-chair of each Technical Group (similarly, each Group shall have only one vote) shall be ex officio members. At least one appointed member of the committee shall be on the Board of Directors. The chair of the committee shall become an ex officio member of the Executive Committee of each Division and Group. The chair of the Program Committee, or a representative designated by the chair, shall serve as an ex officio member.

Current PDC Officers

Committee Chair: Hans Gougar
Staff Liaison: Tari Marshall
Vice Chair; Rachel Slaybaugh
Vice Chair: Carl Mazzola

Professional Division Metrics Information Form

Resources for Division Officers

Financial

Guidelines and Responsibilities

Administrative

Current Division Rules

Current Standing Committee Liaisons to Professional Divisions Committee

Bylaws and Rules
Membership
National Program
Professional Development Coordination
Public Information
Public Policy
Publication Steering
Darby Kimball
Peter Caracappa
Tom Remick
Brian Collins
Rachel Slaybaugh
Paul Wilson
Alireza Haghighat

Last updated October 22, 2014, 3:02pm CDT.

 
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