Working@DU 2021-22 Task Force

Charge: This task force will make recommendations regarding the expectations for most faculty and staff to resume an in-person, on campus presence and how the campus can most fairly, equitably and consistently manage remote work options for academic year 2021-2022. These recommendations will be guided by the individual health and well-being of our community members, institutional success as it pertains to in-person vibrancy, providing an exceptional, high-quality student experience, fiscal responsibility, and equity, fairness and consistency.

Timeframe: The task force will make its recommendations by June 1, 2021


Mary Clark
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor


Todd Adams
Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs

Paul Chan
Vice Chancellor of Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Sarah Childs
Manager, Shared Services

Vivek Choudhury
Dean, Daniels College of Business

Garret Glass
Staff Advisory Council President and Assistant Director of Production, Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Brian Gonzales
Co-Chair, Faculty of Color Association, and Clinical Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Social Work

Michael Levine-Clark
Dean, University Libraries

Jerron Lowe
Interim Vice Chancellor of Human Resources

Katia Miller
Co-Chair, Staff of Color Association and Analyst, Institutional Research

Heidi Perman
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career and Professional Development

Sarah Pessin
Faculty Senate President and Professor, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Shelly Smith-Acuna
Dean, Graduate School of Professional Psychology

Rachel Stonecypher
Director of Capital Projects, Facilities Management

Sarah Watamura
COVID-19 Response Coordinator