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Learning Spaces Planning Committee

Modernized learning spaces are essential to the university's academic mission and should support the needs of students, faculty and staff. The Learning Spaces Plan will be W&M's first comprehensive vision for upgrading learning spaces for the 21st century.

The Learning Spaces Planning Committee will implement a transparent process to engage key campus constituencies who use our learning spaces, educating them on the process and goals and seeking robust input. The committee will oversee appropriate utilization studies and data-gathering, then synthesize these inputs into an overarching strategic vision.

The final product — a Learning Spaces Plan for William & Mary — will be part of the Campus Comprehensive Plan.

Committee Members

Carrie Cooper, Chair
Dean of University Libraries

Adam Barger
Executive Director of the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation

Gerald Bullock
Executive Director of Development, Arts & Sciences

Jason Chen
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, W&M School of Education

Morgan Cook-Sather '25
W&M Student Representative

Andrew Crawford
Deputy Chief Information Officer, W&M Information Technology

Alana Davis
Associate Provost and University Registrar

Tatia Granger
Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior, Mason School of Business

Amber Hall
Senior Project Manager; W&M Facilities Planning, Design and Construction

Peel Hawthorne
Senior Associate Athletics Director and Senior Woman Administrator, W&M Athletics

Graham Henshaw
Assistant Provost for Entrepreneurship

Margaret Hu
Professor of Law, W&M Law School

Brian Kreydatus
Professor of Art & Art History

Henry Millar '24
W&M Student Representative

Wilmarie Rodriguez
Senior Associate Dean of Students & Executive Director of Student Success

Dan Runfola
Assistant Professor of Applied Science

Margaret Saha
Chancellor Professor of Biology

Martha Wescoat-Andes
Senior Associate Provost for Planning & New Ventures