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The Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion in the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) is a newly created position designed to provide dedicated leadership focused on diversity, equity and inclusion within the School.
California State University Stanislaus invites nominations and applications for two positions in University Advancement: Associate Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement and Associate Vice President for Communications, Marketing, and Media Relations.
The Dean will help create the platform for faculty to influence the national dialogue on the future of education, both in and out of schools.
The College of New Jersey seeks a visionary academic leader and experienced administrator with a strong record as a teacher- scholar for the position of Dean of the School of Education.
The Stanislaus community seeks a new Vice President, Business & Finance who has extensive, senior-level experience in a broad variety of management areas, preferably in an institution of higher education.
The inaugural Executive Director will be an innovator, collaborator, and strategist with a deep understanding of both the opportunities and challenges that are emerging in the rapidly evolving teaching and learning landscape.
The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy invites applications for our newly created Diversity and Inclusion Officer, which is responsible for championing the vision, implementation and on-going refinement of the Ford School’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
The Dean of Students serves as the lead administrator for all matters related to student conduct, crisis management, and adherence to federal and related compliance requirements.
The principle duties and responsibilities of this position include but is not limited to supervision of all Assistant Deans and Directors in the offices of Student Affairs and Admissions.
The UCCS Chancellor is the chief executive and academic officer of the Colorado Springs campus and responsible for its leadership and direction.
The Director will provide leadership and direction necessary to help the museum realize its full potential as a campus and community visual arts beacon and resource, and coordinate the implementation of Zimmerli’s recently developed strategic plan.
The Director of Student Financial Services at Bloomfield College will provide overall management and the strong leadership necessary for the effective administration of the College’s student financial services programs including, but not limited to, financial aid processing and disbursement, financial counseling, billing, and clearance.
The Department of Environmental Health and Safety at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a full-time Life Safety Systems Coordinator.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville — Assistant Vice Provost, Enrollment Management & Director of Undergraduate Admissions
The AVP is responsible for leading a strategic, comprehensive admissions program which includes supervision of the Knoxville based undergraduate admissions team.
The Dean of the College of Business and Economics will provide dynamic and visionary leadership to build upon the strengths of the College.
The Dean will work closely with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the legal community to achieve the goals of the law school and will provide the leadership and vision required to fulfill its mission.
The Director will design and implement strategies, programs and activities that will bring African American and Latino alumni, parents and friends of the university to a position of significant giving and life-long commitment to the university and its programs.
The VP will serve as the Chief Information Officer and collaborate with key leaders across the campus in the development of shared goals and the delivery of client-focused information and technology solutions and services that support the work of faculty, students, and staff.
The Director is a leader of most of the initial licensure teacher preparation programs housed in the School and a participant in the Graduate School of Education discussions and decision-making regarding the institution’s teacher education efforts, including assessment of program outcomes.
The Assistant Director reports to the Director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute and works exclusively with MSPIA’s graduate students and faculty under the leadership of MSPIA’s Associate Dean for Academic Programs.
The primary purpose of this position is to direct and carry out the prescribed ECC Talent Search grant from the Department of Education and to follow the guidelines for the Education Department of General Administrative Regulations and Budget.
The primary purpose of this position is to assist the Manager of Talent Search Transition Grant in carrying out the prescribed ECC Talent Search grant from the Department of Education and to follow the guidelines for the Education Department of General Administrative Regulations and Budget.
The Chaplain and Associate Dean of Students provides leadership in the ethical, religious, and spiritual dimensions of community life, serving students, faculty, and staff at Colorado College.
The successful candidate will be a proven leader with excellent administrative experience and the ability to engage and inspire both a campus and a community.
The Director will provide strategic, clinical, fiscal and administrative vision and leadership regarding the provision of counseling services on campus, including assessment, crisis intervention, short-term individual therapy, referral services, outreach programming and student support groups for a variety of different topics.
Norwich University, the oldest Senior Military College in the country, invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the newly established position of Provost and Dean of the Faculty (Provost).
The Vice Provost provides dynamic leadership, vision, and management of the Division of Educational Outreach that is primarily self-funded and is revenue generating for the University.
The VPFA oversees an administrative organizational structure that includes all aspects of finance, business services, human resources, capital planning and construction, facilities maintenance, transportation, and public safety.
The Director of Student Activities Administration and College Activities Building oversees the provision of a range of student-fee funded programs and the coordination of all department, staff and student efforts to realize the CAB educational and service objectives.
West Hills Community College District — Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Workforce Development
Plans, organizes, directs, coordinates, establishes and provides a high standard of vision, leadership, and direction to the District’s academic and related programs. Provides highly responsible and complex consultation to the Chancellor.
Ithaca College — Associate Vice President for Digital Instruction and Information Services and Chief Information Officer
The AVP/CIO will manage a $9 million dollar operations budget and a professional staff of about 60.
The Dean is a front-line learning leader of the college and a member of the Campus President’s executive staff, responsible for promoting academic, administrative and fiscal leadership in accordance with Valencia’s Strategic Learning Plan.
The new Associate Vice President will provide visionary leadership and enthusiastic support for impacting student success and retention innovation programs at all levels of the institution.
The Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy at the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine seeks to fill one full-time position for an Academic Coordinator II for their Human Gross Anatomy Programs
The Executive Director of Student Engagement and Leadership’s principal focus, informed by University values and goals for an inclusive campus climate, is ensuring Student Engagement and Leadership cluster resources, programs, services, and training are aligned with division and university strategic goals and initiatives supporting student success.
The Presidential Search Committee seeks a proven leader who embraces, respects and can effectively articulate the mission of UIW as a Catholic institution committed to academic excellence, intellectual freedom, equality, tolerance, and the rights of all individuals.
The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is the University’s Chief Academic Officer and leader of its academic enterprise.
The CIDO will lead and develop a comprehensive strategic plan for diversity and inclusive excellence and will serve as a key member of the President’s Cabinet.
The dean provides leadership to advance the educational and scholarly missions of programs in the college and fosters an inclusive environment that encourages an academic climate that is responsive, student-centered, entrepreneurial and values diversity.
The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences — Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Development
The Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Development reports to the Vice Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education and represents the College of Medicine and Life Sciences to internal and external constituents.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management provides dynamic, innovative, and collaborative leadership to the Offices of Admissions and Student Financial Services in directing and strengthening undergraduate enrollment processes, in supporting and enhancing existing graduate and continuing education processes, and in building and augmenting transfer and international processes.
The dean is responsible for oversight and management of the Graduate School, which supports the graduate level degree programs offered at Pacific.
The incoming Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations (VP) will play a critical role in the success of the Institution’s future growth.
University of Maryland College Park — Coordinator for Leadership and Community Service-Learning Immersion Experiences
The Coordinator develops and coordinates logistics, travel, and risk management for 34 immersion experiences including winter, spring, summer, and weekends to foster student’s socially responsible leadership skills and mindsets within personal, civic and professional contexts.
The Assistant Dean provides student support and coordinates the College’s student life functions, with responsibilities in individual and group advising, conduct, College programming, communications, and participation in various campus-wide committees.
The Dean provides leadership and vision in strategic planning and implementation of programs in addition to advancing College development activities.
The Director of Network Services is responsible for strategic, policy, and long-term operational decisions that set the overall direction for the university’s mission-critical network infrastructure, storage area networks and voice services.
California State University, San Bernardino — Associate Provost and Deputy Provost for Academic Programs (Administrator IV)
The Associate Provost/Deputy Provost for Academic Programs serves as the Provost’s chief advisor on academic programs, assessment and accreditation, student success and supports the University’s mission and commitment to excellence in serving CSUSB students.
The University seeks an entrepreneurial leader with the vision and academic credentials to build broad based Continuing & Professional Education offerings both online and locally.
The Director is the Executive Officer of the premier theological library in the Western United States with more than 500,000 volumes, 1,160 periodical subscriptions, 295,000 non-print materials, and 500 special collections/archives; 6,000-7,000 new volumes are added per year.
The Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Campus Life (AVP/Dean) provides visionary, strategic, leadership for student experiences that provide value and encourage student learning outside the classroom.
The Director is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe, healthy, and supportive environment focused on the educational, social, cultural, physical, emotional, and developmental needs of Dutchess Community College students through co-curricular programs.
This position has primary responsibility for developing, coordinating, and implementing the College of Education’s long-range undergraduate and graduate student recruitment, retention, and graduation initiatives. and strategies.
The Director of Campus Recreation is responsible for the overall vision, strategic planning, assessment, administration and operation of the division, and reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs/Director of Auxiliary Services.
University of Wisconsin-Madison — Assistant Dean of Students / Director of International Student Services
The assistant dean of students/director of international student services (ISS) is responsible for delivering an array of cutting-edge programs and services to a dynamic international population.
The Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management will possess an ability to implement both traditional and innovative tools to bring Appalachian to the attention of an increasingly broad cross-section of the college-going public, and the collaborative leadership and finesse required to run a seamless and positive enrollment experience for students and their families.
Assists the Dean of Student Life in the development, preparation and evaluation of co-curricular programming for undergraduate and graduate students.
The University of California at Los Angeles seeks an innovative and collaborative senior executive to serve as the Executive Director of Business Transformation Initiatives and provide leadership for a new campus-wide Program Management Office.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona — Executive Director, Associated Students, Incorporated
The Executive Director, Associated Students, Inc. is the top executive professional position responsible for the overall management and administration of the corporate affairs of ASI and the organizations under its governance.
The ACC Director is responsible for setting the vision for the Center’s tripartite mission, securing funding and resources, facilitating team-based transdisciplinary research, and decision-making on scientific policy, strategic directions, and investments.
The Senior Vice Dean for Medical Education will serve as the primary institutional leader for the broad portfolio of medical educational programs in the PSOM and will report to the EVP/Dean of the PSOM.
Oversee and promote existing undergraduate research/creative activity initiatives, including the Summer Scholars and Artists Program, the annual undergraduate research journal, the University’s annual Research Days, and more.
The Dean reports to the Deputy Provost and serves on the Provost Council and Deans Council. The primary focus of the office is on student success.
The Provost must be an experienced faculty member and leader, who has demonstrated an understanding of excellence in teaching, scholarship and service, and who understands the evolving array of challenges and expectations that are now facing faculty.
The AVP will build and strengthen the academic enterprise by developing and implementing strategic planning and policy.
The Dean is responsible for aligning the college with the mission, vision, values and strategic priorities of the university and leads the college in assuring that the university’s commitment to social justice and diversity is reflected in the college’s work environment, policies, curriculum and delivery.
The Dean is responsible for the effectiveness and prominence of the College’s educational programs, research activities, outreach programs, globalization and international education initiatives.
The Assistant Director oversees the implementation and evaluation of orientation programs and transition services for new freshman and transfer students.
The executive vice chancellor and provost will display the following important attributes: superior management, communications, interpersonal, budgeting, and strategic planning skills.
The Provost will provide intellectual vision and support for all academic units and play a central role in academic program planning, faculty recruitment, promotion, and professional development.
The Assistant Director of Academic Advisement is the leader of a team of professional academic and career advisors and coordinates the academic advising services at the La Plata campus.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville — Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Finance & Administration
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Finance & Administration provides advice and counsel regarding strategic administrative, financial, staffing, staff development, physical resources, and oversight of the Office of Research & Engagement and the campus research centers and joint institutes.
The Associate Director, VPUL Facilities Operations and Services, is responsible for oversight of all physical plant, facilities, and student union operations of the University Life Division.
The Chief of Police maintains a high degree of visibility and represents the police department on campus and in the local community, serving a central role in establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with university constituents and local, regional, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
This is an outstanding opportunity for an accomplished teacher with leadership experience in industry to lead and grow, in collaboration with the faculty, an exceptional center at the nation’s first research university.
West Hills Community College District — Director of Accreditation, Research, Institutional Effectiveness and Planning
Under the direction of the Chancellor, provide reports and analysis designed to assist faculty and campus leadership assess and evaluate student achievement and student, program and institutional learning outcomes.
This position oversees all aspects of a comprehensive and innovative Career Services program: employer outreach; student and alumni counseling and advisement; program planning and development; external reporting of employment data; and office and budget management.
The VP will serve as the Chief Information Officer and collaborate with key leaders across the campus in the development of shared goals and the delivery of client-focused information and technology solutions and services that support the work of faculty, students, and staff.
The SVP/CFO is responsible for the ethical and expert oversight and stewardship of the university’s financial resources to manage both an ambitious academic agenda and an increased focus on cost effectiveness and affordability.
The Missouri University of Science and Technology — Vice Provost and Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing
The VP&D will provide leadership to articulate and execute a vision for research and scholarship to move the College to a top 50 engineering program, as well as to promote the College externally and increase philanthropic support.
The Community Coordinator supervises 8-15 neighborhood fellows, 2-4 graduate assistants and an operations assistant and is responsible for staffing, training, supervision, and evaluation of paraprofessional, graduate, and non-exempt staff.
The Division CFO provides the highest level of oversight and leadership for all financial, budgetary, and accounting operations of the Division of Agriculture, including the financial management systems of the Agricultural Experiment Station and the Cooperative Extension Service.
The successful candidate will be a proven leader in diversity, equity and inclusion who has demonstrated leadership in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives within a complex organization and will have some familiarity with organizations grounded in principles of strong shared governance.
The director serves as a senior member of the Division of Operations team and collaborates extensively with the division’s budget manager and the university’s Finance Division.
Western Washington University seeks a scholar and administrator who will foster innovation in research, collegiality, inclusiveness, and diversity in all its forms.
The Provost has responsibility for all elements of BSC’s academic program, including faculty and academic departments, the Harrison Honors Program, international studies, sponsored programs, and the Krulak Institute for Leadership, Experiential Learning, and Civic Engagement.
The AVCRD will have management authority and budget responsibilities for groups reporting directly to this position including Research Development, Faculty Development, Core Facilities, and Research Informatics.
The VPRED will be expected to increase and diversify collaborative research, extramural funding, public-private partnerships, and technology transfer.
Reporting to the Manager of Workforce Development & Administration, the Senior Advisor is responsible for assisting with coordination of credentialing exams for students.
The ASAP Program at CSI provides associate and pre-baccalaureate degree students with a range of academic, personal, and financial support to complete both their associate and baccalaureate degrees as quickly as possible.
The Dean is the College’s chief academic, executive, and fiscal officer and a member of the University’s academic leadership team.
The Assistant Vice President of Student Experience is a member of the Division of Student Affairs cabinet and a larger leadership team that includes Student Affairs Directors.
The primary duties of this position include performing difficult and complex administrative work in directing and insuring the university’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations.
As the chief academic officer of the university, the Provost/VPAA will provide visionary leadership to promote scholarship, student success, and a commitment to teaching in all areas relating to academic affairs.
The Director of Student Counseling Services provides the leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the mental health services provided by the University.
The new vice provost for enrollment management will develop and construct a state-of-the-art enrollment management effort, leading a continuous institution-wide conversation about enrollment vision, goals and tactics, putting in place systems and structures to support enrollment planning and decision making across the university.
UNLV seeks a scholar with the vision and leadership skills necessary to partner with Dr. Diane Z. Chase, UNLV’s newly appointed Executive Vice President and Provost, in further developing and implementing a new and compelling vison for the School of Nursing.
The University seeks a similarly nationally recognized scholar whose outstanding administrative and leadership skills will enhance the University of Arizona’s reputation, along with that of the College of Education’s.
The Associate Director of Student Involvement is primarily responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of a wide range of co-curricular campus and student programs including cultural, intellectual, social, and recreational events that contribute to the success and development of students.
The Assistant Provost for Global Education and Experience will have demonstrated commitment to social justice pedagogy and the experience necessary to lead global education initiatives both at home and abroad.
The director of student wellbeing develops a vision to support and sustain a culture of care and concern for student wellbeing in the Academy community.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs will be a key member of the senior cabinet driving change and excellence during a period of growth at Northern State University.
The new Senior Vice President for University Development and Alumni Relations will have the opportunity, along with the new President and new board leadership, to build on an impressive philanthropic track record, bringing a demonstrated ability to strengthen a complex organizational infrastructure, while broadening a donor base in anticipation of NYU’s next historic campaign.
The Director of Dining Services serves as the senior dining representative for a $45 million dining operation for the residential areas on campus which includes restaurant dining, catering, cafeteria, central stores, food courts, and other residential satellite operations.
The first CFO of the Rural Regional College will have the pioneering opportunity to assist in creating an affordable, accessible, and open-admission educational institution to serve the communities in Northern Pennsylvania.
Harvard University — Assistant / Associate Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion, Harvard College
The Assistant/Associate Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion serves as a thought leader and strategist in promoting diversity and inclusion, engaging the College community in substantive discourse, and responding to challenging student and community issues
The successful candidate will possess an entrepreneurial mindset; model sound business practices, be highly collaborative, and promote a collective vision to ensure the development and continuous improvement of all aspects of the Foundation’s auxiliary services.
Provides support to a Campus or University Executive, organizing and supervising unit activities.
Nevada seeks a highly qualified individual to build efficiently and wisely upon a sound academic tradition, supporting the higher education needs of traditional, non-traditional, and online learners for a population numbering more than 107,000 students and a faculty and staff of 12,000.
The Dean of the School of Communication is responsible for providing leadership in all aspects of the school’s activities: academic, administrative and developmental.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications for a Research Committee Coordinator.
The Vice President of Enrollment Management provides leadership, vision, strategic direction, and expertise for all enrollment initiatives and has primary responsibility for developing, articulating and implementing a dynamic, strategic, entrepreneurial, and data-based enrollment plan that is aligned with RISD’s mission, strengths and ambitions.
Lincoln seeks an innovative, decisive, strategic, and energetic leader with a deep commitment to the value and importance of higher education, who will embrace the history and legacy of Lincoln while leading the university’s growth, strengthening its academic offerings, and assuring its financial stability.
The Student Involvement Coordinator directs all aspects of the Student Activities Council and Homecoming Committee.
University of Cincinnati — Senior Vice President of Development, University of Cincinnati Foundation
The Senior Vice President will be responsible for planning and directing all aspects of fundraising and capital development initiatives for the University of Cincinnati, UC Health and the Academic Health Center.
The Director supervises and coordinates staff and provides oversight and review for all purchasing, bidding, contract negotiations, and contract preparation while ensuring compliance with University policy and external regulations.
Study Abroad Advisor to support education abroad (Miami in Luxembourg – MUDEC, study abroad and away, global academic service learning and international internships) by advising students on various opportunities and options; serving as the primary advisor for MUDEC.
The president of MCC-Penn Valley is responsible for the delivery of academic programs, provides day-to-day management of the campus, and oversees campus operations, budget, and performance objectives.
Plans, organizes, and directs the office of Academic Advising that serves undergraduate students with an emphasis on students in transition.
The Director is responsible for the management of a comprehensive residence life program of $90 million dollars and 405 staff members overseeing the division’s 13 residence centers and seven apartment complexes with emphasis on living and learning communities that support the academic mission of Indiana University.
Manage all aspects of emergency response in the Counseling and Wellness Services unit of the Student Health Center.
The vice president and dean will provide dynamic and forward-looking leadership to the areas of admissions and financial aid while working together with the president, other senior leaders, and faculty to further the best interests of Oberlin.
The Provost is the chief academic officer with broad responsibilities for the planning, development, and administration of the full range of the college’s educational programs and services.
The incumbent will serve as the senior administrator responsible for leading a collaborative effort toward the university producing measurable results in terms of furthering the diversity of the campus.
The primary role of the Director is to develop a shared vision to implement a comprehensive arts program that recognizes the potent possibilities of creativity as a core value within the academy.
The EVPA provides leadership and strategic direction for SUNY Empire State College’s finance and administration division.
The Dean of Admissions provides strategic leadership in advancing the College’s recruitment plan, focusing primarily on expanding brand awareness, building the application pipeline, and enrolling talented first-year, transfer, and post-baccalaureate students into the BFA program as well as guiding the graduate admissions and enrollment process.
The Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety is responsible for all police, security, access control, traffic, Emergency Medical Services, and safety and well-being initiatives at the University.
The Director will establish effective financial aid policies, practices and communications strategies, and provide leadership in the national conversation on access and affordability in higher education.
South Orange County Community College District is accepting applications for Chancellor. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a visionary and unifying leader.
The CHRO is responsible for the development and implementation of human resource policies and practices that advance the core educational, operational, and administrative objectives of the university.
This senior leadership position focuses on strategic oversight and management of the College’s financial services, human resources, facilities, information technology, contracted food service, campus store, and the campus pub.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte seeks an experienced senior administrator to provide leadership as the Associate Vice Chancellor (AVC) for Finance.
The College seeks an innovative and dynamic leader to serve as its 8th President and is seeking an individual who can lead Aquinas College to new prominence, providing quality education that equips its graduates for service, stewardship and success in their lives and careers.
The Dean will lead the College’s 160 faculty members in developing a clear identity, vision, and strategy to realize that vision for the next stage of the College’s development.
The Dean will be charged with building on the law school’s recognized role as a leader in preparing ethical lawyers for practice.
The Dean is responsible for the effectiveness and prominence of the School’s educational programs, research activities, outreach programs, globalization and international education initiatives.
The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the College, reporting to the Board of Trustees with broad delegated responsibilities for all operations of Stillman, including overall leadership and operations to achieve a sustained growth, high level execution, and fiscal efficiency in its academic and associated programs.
California State University Bakersfield — Dean, School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering
The Dean of NSME will serve as the School’s chief academic and administrative officer and will report directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The Dean of Arts and Humanities will serve as the School’s chief academic and administrative officer and will report directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.
University of Chicago — Assistant Vice Provost & Executive Director of the Center for Identity + Inclusion
The Assistant Vice Provost and Executive Director will directly supervise the Deputy Director, the Director of OMSA, the Director of Outreach and Access and the Director of LGBTQ Student Life.
The VPAA and Dean serves as the chief academic officer of the University and is responsible for Mount Union’s educational mission and academic program.
The Administrative Director is responsible for the oversight of all fiscal, operational and administrative aspects of the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship.
Northern Illinois University — Vice President for Enrollment Management, Marketing and Communications
The Vice President will be the senior enrollment and marketing officer for the university and work collaboratively with members of the division of Academic Affairs, Student Affairs and other university constituents to promote his/her area and guide a comprehensive, integrated approach to enrollment and marketing that will result in new levels of success in attracting, recruiting, retaining and graduating students.
The senior vice president for academic affairs is responsible for the academic quality of the educational programs taught by LIU faculty members across all of the campuses.
Reporting to the President, the Executive Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and Special Assistant to the President carries responsibility for campus diversity, compliance, and development of campus initiatives.
The University of Arizona — Assistant Vice President, Enrollment Planning and Recruitment and Associate Dean, Undergraduate Admissions
The Assistant Vice President will join the university during a time of continuous growth – in reputation, reach and size – and increasing focus on enrollment and retention.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is accepting applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Illini Union, a self-supporting auxiliary unit.
The Assistant Dean is an essential position in the life of the college where they will lead the ongoing development of new student transition programs, including orientation.
Purdue University Northwest invites nominations and applications for an exceptional academic leader to serve as the Founding Director of the School of Education and Counseling.
Eastern Michigan University announces a national search for the position of provost and executive vice president.
The dean will administer all aspects of the College’s mission as it pursues its goal to provide a world-class honors experience that is known for the success of its students, the quality of its faculty and curriculum, the respect of its peers, and for promoting the economic and social progress of our communities.
The Vice President will lead a talented and dedicated student affairs team committed to providing a caring environment, promoting sustained achievement, and fostering learning and the holistic development of students, faculty, and staff.
The AVPE will have primary responsibility for providing inspirational and operational leadership to sustaining a diverse and inclusive climate and culture at Northwestern, in which there is a rigorous awareness of and response to discriminatory behavior.
The Director of the Educational Opportunity Programs is responsible for advancing the success of EOP students through access, retention, and graduation services effectively and efficiently in the university-at-large and in the academic colleges.
The VPAA/Provost is responsible for oversight and improvement of all academic programs at the University.