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The provost is the chief academic officer for the University. He provides leadership, ensures academic accountability, encourages innovation and entrepreneurship, facilitates the work of faculty, staff and students and serves as a public intellectual promoting the culture, spirit and value of the academy. The provost works closely with the president in developing University priorities and in administering program budgets and faculty personnel policies. As a member of the Regents' Council of Chief Academic Officers, he participates in a collegial fashion with other academic leaders in system-wide shared governance and coordination.
April 13-19 is National Student Employment Week.
These extraordinary student workers make our jobs easier.
Thank you Becca, Casey, Cassady, Kirstin, Victoria and Whitney!
Institutional Effectiveness, Faculty Development Presentation FHSU's Red Balloon Website Red Balloon Project: Re-Imagining Undergraduate Education - - documents, blog and community Foresight 2020 - A Strategic Agenda for Higher Education
April 18, May 8 - Coffee with Chris 8:00 am, Stouffer Lounge, Memorial UnionApril 22 - Tenure and Promotion Reception 3-4:30 pm, Black and Gold Room, Memorial UnionMay 16 - Edmund Shearer Advisor of the Year nominations due to dean (criteria / form)
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