The new vice president for college relations will be an experienced, senior advancement professional with a compelling combination of fundraising, alumni relations, and program/personnel leadership experience and success.
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The Vice President serves as the chief financial officer (CFO) for the UW System, working with the Board of Regents, President, Chancellors and their staffs on all matters of financial policy and planning, providing assurance of the fiscal integrity of the UWS.
The Vice President for Student Affairs provides vision, executive leadership, and operational management for the University’s Student Affairs Division.
The Provost will provide vision, strategy, advocacy, management and planning for the division responsible for the core academic mission at Westfield.
The VPAA will focus on academic quality, sustainable growth, and programmatic creativity to meet the needs of the students of the future.
The Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) leads an inclusive and participatory effort to develop a strategic vision for a comprehensive student affairs division.
In its next provost, Spelman seeks a highly respected scholar with a strong commitment to the liberal arts and to single-sex education for women of promise who will lead lives of distinction.
The College desires an experienced and accomplished academic leader who is an action-oriented visionary, with strong management, interpersonal, and communication skills.
The Vice President for Business and Finance reports directly to the President, is a member of the leadership team of the College and is charged with contributing to all aspects of College-wide strategic planning and implementation of the plan.
The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the University, responsible for providing leadership for the core academic mission of the university.
The Vice President for College Relations is responsible for strategic direction, vision and management of the College’s communications, marketing, branding and reputation management functions.
As Chief Academic Officer, the Provost leads the implementation of the University’s strategic plan and the assessment of progress toward goals outlined therein.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities — Vice President for Leadership Development and Member Services
The Vice President for Leadership Development and Member Services provides leadership for the creation, management and successful implementation of programs and activities in membership recruitment and retention.
The Vice President is responsible for developing, implementing and assessing the financial management plans and activities of the University.
The Vice President of Educational Services (VPES) serves as the chief instructional officer of the college and administers and provides leadership for the instructional departments, library, and athletic programs.