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2012 Self-Assessments and Site Visits

December 31, 2011 | By Federal/State Partnership Staff

Interim narrative reports for 2012 assessments and reviews are due June 1, 2015

Council Site Visit Dates Federal/State Partnership
Representative
Site Visitors
Connecticut Humanities Council October 11-12 Edie Manza
MARY-KIM ARNOLD, Grant Programs Officer, Rhode Island Foundation, Providence, former executive director, Rhode Island Council for the Humanities
ALICE FITZPATRICK, President, Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, New London
Humanities Council of Washington, D.C. December 4-5 Kathleen Mitchell
ROSEMARY DORSA, Director, GIFT Technical Assistance Program, Indiana Grantmakers Alliance; former chair, Indiana Humanities
SAM SWEET, Executive Director, Atlas Performing Arts Center; independent consultant
Georgia Humanities Council June 14-15 Edie Manza
JOSEPH BANKOFF (at the time of the site visit), President and CEO, Woodruff Center for the Arts, Atlanta, currently, Chair, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
SANDRA GIOIA TREADWAY, Librarian and State Archivist of Virginia, Library of Virginia, Richmond
Hawai'i Humanities Council September 27-28 Kathleen Mitchell
LYLA BERG, Principal, Lyla Berg and Associates; Director of Major Gifts and Campaign Initiatives, American Cancer Society (Hawaii Pacific), Honolulu
PAMELA HILTON SNOW, Executive Director, Nebraska Cultural Endowment, Lincoln; former chair, Nebraska Humanities Council and Nebraska Humanities Foundation
Illinois Humanities Council August 16-17 Kathleen Mitchell
MARC JOHNSON, President/Partner, Gallatin Public Affairs, Boise, Idaho, member and former chair, Idaho Humanities Council, former chair, Federation of State Humanities Councils board
RICHARD LONGWORTH, Senior Fellow, Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Illinois
Kentucky Humanities Council July 26-27 Kathleen Mitchell
JEFFREY A. FAGER, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, IA
DAVID O. RENZ, Chair, Department of Public Affairs, Director, Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities June 21-22 Kathleen Mitchell
IRA PERMAN, President, Important Work, Anchorage, AK
CHARLES REAGAN WILSON, Kelly Gene Cook, Sr. Chair of History and Professor of Southern Studies, University of Mississippi, Oxford
Minnesota Humanities Center January 14-15, 2013 Edie Manza
SARAH CUNNINGHAM, Executive Director of Research, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (did not participate due to illness on the day she was scheduled to travel)
CARLY HARE, Executive Director, Native Americans in Philanthropy, Minneapolis
Ohio Humanities Council July 16-18, 2012 Edie Manza
JODY BLANKENSHIP, Director of Education, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort
JOHN MATTHEWS, Principal, John Matthews Associates, and former vice president, Federation of State Humanities Councils, currently living in Fairfield, Iowa
Humanities Council South Carolina February 9-10 Edie Manza

CALVIN L. HALL, Associate Professor President Emeritus, Department of Communications, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

WILLIS H. LOTT, JR., Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Hattiesburg

Virginia Foundation for the Humanities April 19-20 Edie Manza

DAVID COLBURN, Professor Emeritus and Provost, University of Florida School of Arts and Sciences, Gainesville

DOUGLAS GREENBERG, Emeritus Professor of History and Executive Dean, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick

Wyoming Humanities Council September 13-14 Edie Manza
MARSHA SEMMEL, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington, DC
MARK SHEROUSE, retired director, Humanities Montana, currently residing in California

The names of site visitors are added here after the council's self-assessment and site visit have been reviewed by the National Council on the Humanities