Academic Affairs

The provost/vice president for academic affairs serves as the chief academic officer, is a member of the president's executive management team, and assumes the responsibilities of chief executive in the president's absence. Reporting directly to the president, the provost/vice president is responsible for the six instructional divisions (the Schools of Business, Education, Fine & Performing Arts, and Science & Engineering, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and the Graduate School), as well as the Sojourner Truth Library, Academic Advising Center, Center for International Programs, Center for Student Resources & Academic SupportHonors Program, Office of Extended Learning, Office of Sponsored ProgramsSamuel Dorsky Museum of Art, and Teaching & Learning Center.




Faculty/Instructional Resources:


Accreditation, Academic Program Review & Assessment:


Faculty Excellence Awards



  • Excellence in Professional Service: Theodore (Ted) Clark
  • Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity: Eve Waltermaurer
  • Excellence in Teaching: Hamilton Stapell
  • Outstanding Pre-Tenure Faculty: Navin Viswanathan