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Office of the President

Office of the President
Kansas State University
110 Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-7639 fax

Job opportunities

Provost and Executive Vice President

The provost and executive vice president serves as the chief academic officer of a modern land-grant university with responsibility for academic and senior-level internal leadership. The provost serves as the primary representative for the president in his/her absence, working with the team of senior staff who are responsible for achieving the University's established major goals identified by the president and the board of regents in the K-State 2025 strategic plan. In addition, the provost supervises and guides the work of the senior university-wide academic staff and of the deans.

Application process

Please send application materials electronically as a single PDF file addressed to the search committee chair, Dr. Peter Dorhout, Vice President for Research via Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates at apsearch@storbeckpimentel.com. Applications should include:

  1. a letter of interest,
  2. a summary of qualifications,
  3. a curriculum vitae,
  4. a 2-3 page resume, and
  5. complete contact information for three references and a description of the candidate's relationship with each.

All correspondence will be considered in confidence and nominations and inquiries are encouraged. Review of applications and nominations begins immediately, and will continue until the position is filled, which is expected by July 1, 2018.


Nominations may be directed to Dr. Peter Dorhout at dorhout@ksu.edu and Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates at apsearch@storbeckpimentel.com. Please include name and contact information for the nominee.

View the university strategic plan.

View the university organization chart (PDF)

Chief Diversity and Inclusion OfficerChief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

The Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CDIO) is a senior leader who serves as a catalyst to leverage best practices and resources across Kansas State University’s campuses to promote a culture of inclusion where individuals from all racial and ethnic identities, ages, nationalities, social and economic status, sexuality/sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religious, political and ideological perspectives, and physical and mental abilities are able to thrive and be engaged.

View position and application process.

View the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Position Profile (pdf).

View the university strategic plan.