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North Carolina Central University  — Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

North Carolina Central University — Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

As the University’s Chief Academic Officer, the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs reports to the Chancellor and oversees NCCU’s academic programs, research, personnel, resources and support services.

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse — Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technology & CIO

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse — Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technology & CIO

As a visionary leader, the CIO must develop a strategic plan that will clearly guide the future direction of Information Technology Services and ensure that the technological capabilities of the University are functioning to promote and enhance the mission of teaching, learning, and research.

The University of Missouri — Vice Chancellor for Advancement

The University of Missouri — Vice Chancellor for Advancement

As it brings to a successful conclusion the largest funding campaign in its history, the University of Missouri seeks a vice chancellor for advancement to lead the institution to even greater levels of success.

University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo — Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo — Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

The VCAA will be responsible for budget, resource allocation, curriculum review, accreditation and program assessment and will represent the Division of Academic Affairs to the UH System.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte — Associate Vice Chancellor for Housing and Residence Life

University of North Carolina at Charlotte — Associate Vice Chancellor for Housing and Residence Life

The Associate Vice Chancellor for Housing and Residence Life provides comprehensive leadership and vision for UNC Charlotte’s 16 residence halls, as well as a 13-house Greek Village, and oversees an extensive program of residence life functions for 6,100 students living on campus, including 82% of first-year students.