Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs (Provost)
DescriptionUniversity of Colorado Denver
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
Position #780568 – Requisition #19827
- College of Architecture and Planning is the only school in Colorado to offer accredited degrees in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in planning and design as well as master’s degrees in urban design and historic preservation and professional certificates.
- College of Arts & Media leverages Denver’s thriving arts industry to produce graduates who are ready to inspire, lead, and create. The College of Arts and Media offers degrees and programs in film & television, media forensics, music & entertainment, and visual arts
- Business School leverages Denver's downtown business community as a partner in education. AACSB global accreditation places the CU Denver Business School in the top five percent of business schools worldwide. Students learn from faculty who are experts in their field and leaders in their research.
- School of Education & Human Development is a statewide and national leader for educational quality, access, and equity across the education lifespan, birth through higher education. Its undergraduate and graduate programs prepare and inspire education and mental health leaders to have a profound impact in fostering student opportunity, achievement, and success in urban and diverse communities.
- College of Engineering, Design and Computing focuses on providing students with a comprehensive engineering education at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional level. Faculty conduct research that spans five disciplines of civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, bioengineering, and computer science and engineering.
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences delivers a liberal arts and science education where high-level critical thinking and comprehensive learning is infused with practical, career-focused skills throughout the curriculum.
- School of Public Affairs offers degree programs in criminal justice and public affairs as well as professional certification and leadership training programs. The school is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the top public affairs school in Colorado and #25 in the nation.
- Graduate School administers and serves master's programs, doctoral programs, certificates, and non-degree courses throughout all thirteen schools and colleges across both the Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campuses.
- Enrollment Management oversees the university's enrollment strategy and associated offices including recruitment, enrollment marketing, recruitment technology, dual enrollment, pre-collegiate development, and K-12 partnerships.
- Student Enrollment Operations and Compliance includes the service offices of the registrar, compliance, digital strategies, financial aid and scholarships, Lynx Central, and the undergraduate admission non-recruiting operations.
- Student and Community Engagement includes: disability resources & services, veteran & military support services, career center, housing and dining, LynxConnect, student life, and the McNair Scholars.
- Academic Achievement includes the learning resource center, center for excellence in teaching and learning, undergraduate research and creative activities, university honors and leadership, and the office of student transitions and family engagement which includes new student orientation, the first year experience, transfer initiatives, and undergraduate academic advising.
- The Health and Wellness Advocacy and Support area brings together the office of the dean of students, student and community counseling center, health & wellness, and wellness & recreation.
- The Office of International Affairs includes international student & scholar services, international admissions, global education, international operations, China operations, international partnerships, and international marketing and communications.
- The Auraria Library serves the three institutions on the Aurora campus: CU Denver, Community College of Denver, and Metropolitan State University of Denver.
- The Student Success Initiatives office connects staff and faculty to data analytical resources and administers the EAB Navigate resource.
- The Office of Assessment provides support to faculty and administrators including assisting with outcomes assessment systems, leading faculty workshops, assessing the undergraduate general education program, supervising standardized testing, and other assessment-related accreditation activities.
- The Office of Academic Planning oversees and assists in the development of new academic programs, centers and institutes, as well as the periodic review of all departments, schools and colleges, and centers and institutes. The office also incorporates the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OIRE), the processes involved in preparing and maintaining institutional accreditation, and serving as liaison with the institutional accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
- The Office of Academic Operations oversees a range of matters relating to policy development, compliance, project management and issue resolution, and advocacy on behalf of staff and faculty. The office includes policy reviews and resources, the Ombuds office, the Office of Equity and Affirmative Action, and Title IX investigations and compliance.
- The Office of Faculty Affairs provides a wide variety of assistance to faculty, associate deans, deans, chairs, and other constituents on matters related to faculty processes, academic policies, awards and events, and related issues.
- The Center for Faculty Development and Advancement (CFDA) provides funding to support tenure-track faculty members, a faculty mentoring program, tenure and promotion sessions, dossier development support, a library of successful dossier models, professional development programs, and communities of practice.
- The Office of Research Services (ORS) is the overarching faculty development component of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. ORS provides faculty development resources that enhance faculty research and creative work, proposal support for sponsored project grant and contract applications, and helps publicize research and creative work. The Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE) and The Creative Research Collaborative (CRC) are housed within ORS. ORDE focuses services on supporting faculty success in external funding while CRC fosters interdisciplinary research.
- A record of outstanding scholarship and teaching that inspires the respect of the academic community; an earned doctorate or other terminal degree and eligibility for an appointment at the rank of full professor with tenure.
- Fit with mission
- Transformational reach
- Leadership skills
- Knowledge of contemporary issues in higher educaiton
- Management skills
- Communications skills
Job Category: Executive
Primary Location: Denver
Posting Date: Dec 23, 2020
Unposting Date: Ongoing