Cabinet-Level Searches

Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

 

Dear Campus Community,

The on-campus interviews with all four candidates for the position of Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs have now been completed. If you were unable to attend some or all of the open forum meetings, videos of those sessions are now available here.

Please complete feedback forms for each candidate by noon on December 12, so that the search committee will be able to consider your input when making its recommendation to the President. Resumes and feedback forms for each candidate can be found here:

Interim Senior Vice Provost and Vice President, Academic Initiatives and Student Success, University of Arizona

Dean of Science, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Associate Provost for Strategic Initiatives and Innovation, Georgia State University

Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Innovation & Partnerships, The University of Maine System

Thank you,

Melinda Jackson
Chair, Search Committee, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Chair, Department of Political Science

Search Committee

Craig Clements, Associate Professor, Meteorology and Climate Science

Marc D’Alarcao, Associate Dean for Research, College of Science

Julia Dunn, Graduate Student Teaching Associate, English and Comparative Literature

Sheryl Ehrman, Dean, Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering

Camille Johnson, Acting Director, School of Management

Ariadna Manzo, President, Associated Students

Ravisha Mathur, Chair, Child and Adolescent Development

Kayla McGill, Coordinator, Health Services, Student Health Center

Alison McKee, Professor, Film and Theatre

Wendy Ng, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies

Marcos Pizarro, Chair, Mexican-American Studies

Shirley Reekie, Professor, Kinesiology

Leslie Rohn, Chief Operating Officer, Tower Foundation, University Advancement

Winifred Schultz-Krohn, Chair, Occupational Therapy

Ryan Skinnell, Assistant Professor, English and Comparative Literature

Marie Tuite, Director, Athletics