Given the complex nature of this program, the program co-directors and staff currently have the support of two committees.
1. A Steering Committee to advise and provide academic guidance will be composed of faculty and staff from the School of Liberal Arts and the A. B. Freeman School of Business. The following faculty and staff, some of whom have already participated in the planning committee, will be invited to participate:
James Alm (Economics), James Boyden (History), Martin Dimitrov (Political Science), John Howard (Murphy Institute), Katharine Jack (Department of Anthropology), Thomas Klingler (French & Italian), Leila Labens (Admissions), Megwen Loveless (Spanish & Portuguese), Scott Pentzer (Global Education), Bradford Rhines (Advising) and, from the Freeman School, Jennifer Merluzzi (Management), Ken Carroll (Finance), Daniel Mochon (Marketing), Kelly Grant (Management Communication), and Mariette Thomas (Study Abroad).
2. A Logistical Team to facilitate inter and intra school relations will be composed of administrators who oversee units/services impacting Altman scholars. The following individuals, most of whom have already participated in the development of the program, will be asked to participate:
Molly Travis (Newcomb-Tulane), Charlotte Maheu Vail (Honors Program), Peter Alongia (Office of Study Abroad), Sara Montes (Academic Advising).