The provost is the chief academic officer and second-ranking member of the senior administration, responsible for promoting and coordinating the university’s teaching and research mission.
The provost’s primary responsibility is to oversee the university’s nine schools as well as its many interdisciplinary programs, academic centers, and institutes.
The provost develops and implements strategic initiatives with the president, and works with the deans and directors in the creation and oversight of interdivisional programs and the coordination of the university’s regional, national, and international activities.
The provost is the secretary of the Board of Trustees Committee on Academic Policy and the Committee on Student Life.
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