This is a fairly important job. Last year it paid $245,784, or about half a provost. I have no idea why Provost Phillips hasn’t posted the cv’s or application letters for his two finalists, or why this is buried on his website, or why the faculty haven’t been notified of the sessions with faculty, the first of which occurs at the same time as a Senate meeting.
Executive Vice Provost, Academic Affairs
The Office of the Provost (OtP) has launched an internal search for an executive vice provost for academic affairs (EVPAA). The EVPAA is a senior position within OtP, is the primary point person for academic and faculty affairs, and reports directly to the provost. The EVPAA’s portfolio includes oversight of a team that promotes and advances OtP initiatives such as academic affairs, curricular matters, academic training, and professional development, online and hybrid education, and employee and labor relations matters.
Finalist A – Adell Amos
Survey (survey will open on October 9 and will close on October 14 at 12:00 pm)
Finalist B – Janet Woodruff-Borden
Survey (survey will open on October 10 and will close on October 14 at 12:00 pm)
Or is this position even necessary? There seems to be a lot of administrators left standing in Johnson Hall despite the belt tightening and hand wringing about lack of funds.
Administrative salaries, car stipends, and free housing are paid from a different money bucket, we’re not supposed to talk about that bucket.
It’s Classified: Please elaborate. Which bucket of money would that be?
Why are they getting rid of Scott?
He quit and went back to being a professor.