February 15, 2012
Position, search committee announced for the vice provost for undergraduate studies
Kansas State University is seeking an individual with exceptional academic, strategic and interpersonal capabilities to join the university’s senior academic leadership team in the newly created position of vice provost for undergraduate studies.
The vice provost for undergraduate studies will provide vision and leadership to advance the university’s goals for an outstanding undergraduate educational experience – one of the key themes identified in the K-State 2025 strategic plan. This position will also serve as a university-wide advocate for undergraduate education and the undergraduate mission of the university and provide a central voice from the provost’s office on all matters related to undergraduate students and their university experience.
The full position announcement can be found at: http://www.k-state.edu/provost/searches.
Send nominations, inquires and application materials to:
Lori Goetsch, Chair
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Search Committee
To be considered, applications must be received by March 30, 2012.
April Mason, provost and senior vice president, has appointed the search committee for the national search to find the vice provost for undergraduate studies.
Lori Goetsch, dean of KSU Libraries, will chair the search committee. Mason delivered the charge to the group last week, outlining her expectations and the search process time line. This will be a national search and we expect that the preliminary work of this search committee will be completed during the spring semester.
Search committee members are:
Lori Goetsch, dean of KSU Libraries and search committee chair
LaVerne Bitsie-Baldwin, director of the Multicultural Engineering Program
John Blair, university distinguished professor of biology
Kate Bormann, undergraduate student representative
Tara Coleman, assistant professor for KSU Libraries
Chris Culbertson, associate professor of chemistry
David Delker, associate dean for K-State Salina
Scott Jones, assistant dean for student life
Shawna Jordan, research assistant professor for human nutrition
Kerri Day Keller, director of career and employment services
Stacy Kovar, associate dean for the College of Business Administration
Tyler Lewis, undergraduate student representative, K-State Salina
Amanda Morales, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction
Charlie Nutt, executive director of NACADA
Randy Phebus, professor of animal sciences and industry
David Procter, director of the Center for Engagement and Community Development
Stephanie Rolley, department head for landscape architecture/regional and community planning
Eli Schooley, undergraduate student representative
Mary Tolar, director of the School of Leadership Studies
Michael Wesch, associate professor of sociology, anthropology and social work
Alison Wheatley, assistant dean for the College of Arts and Sciences
Kim Williams, professor of horticulture, forestry and recreation resources