After a national search, Paul Dosal has accepted the position of senior vice president for student success at UCF. Dosal is the vice president for student success at the University of South Florida (USF), where he manages a consolidated unit that combines Enrollment Planning and Management, Student Affairs and Undergraduate Studies. “Paul is an experienced leader with proven results in leading student success and well-being efforts,” says Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael D. Johnson. Dosal will work closely with Adrienne Frame, Interim Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Services; Theodorea Berry, Vice Provost for Student Learning and Academic Success and Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies; the deans; and the campus community to recommend the optimal structure for our activities related to student success moving forward. Born and raised in Tampa, Dosal is a fourth-generation descendant of Cuban immigrants who settled in Ybor City in 1889.
Trinidadian Dr Rhonda McEwen first black woman president at a Toronto universityDr Rhonda McEwen, new president and vice-chancellor of Victoria University in The University of Toronto. Photo courtesy Dr Rhonda McEwen -Trinidadian Dr Rhonda McEwen will be the first black woman president and vice-chancellor of Victoria University, a college in the University of Toronto, when she takes up the position on July 1. She said one in five university presidents in Canada are women, and living in a predominantly white country, she is possibly also the first black woman to be president of a university in Canada. “At that time the technology was all mobile phones, and text messaging was really taking off. She examined how mobile phones affect young people and their social networks when they begin attending a new university.
Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, a distinguished scholar and academic leader who holds the university’s highest teaching honor, has been named vice president for instruction at the University of Georgia, effective June 1. Pagnattaro has served as interim vice president for instruction since February and is a Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Terry College of Business. As vice president for instruction, she will provide strategic leadership for campus-wide initiatives that enhance teaching and learning at UGA and also will oversee student recruitment, retention and financial aid. Pagnattaro has a long and distinguished record of excellence in instruction and leadership at the University of Georgia, and I am delighted that she will serve as the next vice president for instruction,” said President Jere W. Morehead. Pagnattaro brings an extraordinary commitment to student success to the role of vice president for instruction,” said S. Jack Hu, the university’s senior vice president for academic affairs and provost.
The AVP, Scholarships provides programmatic and administrative support for multiple Foundation scholarship programs, which include facilitating programmatic strategy, managing applications, relationship management and payment processing. This position needs a strong service orientation coupled with knowledge of scholarship and financial aid processes and regulations. The AVP will work with the Vice President of Scholarships to expand FFBP as an affiliate of The Foundation. In addition to direct client responsibilities, the AVP may be responsible for project management activities related to sales, stewardship, product development and marketing & communications related initiatives as identified by the Vice President of Scholarships and the Senior Vice President, Community Programs. The functions of this position are primarily self-directed, requiring motivation, attention to detail, client service and independence.
Exo Therapeutics Appoints Stephanos Ioannidis as Executive Vice President, Drug Discovery and Catherine Scholz as Senior Vice President, Program Management
"Dr. Ioannidis has a strong record of delivering novel candidates into the clinic and experience that spans from early discovery to clinical development. Dr. Scholz has played a key role in the development and approval of multiple innovative medicines. Prior to joining Exo, Dr. Ioannidis was Executive Vice President, Head of Discovery at IFM Therapeutics where he led the company’s drug discovery group focused on innate immune system therapeutics. Dr. Ioannidis has also held roles of increasing responsibility at H3 Biomedicine, FORMA Therapeutics, and AstraZeneca R&D. About Exo TherapeuticsExo Therapeutics is a small molecule drug discovery and development company with a pioneering technology to address intractable pharmaceutical targets.
Two teams launched their bids for UGBC president and vice president Friday afternoon, kicking off a race that will end when students cast their ballots on April 5. The candidates for president are Lubens Benjamin, chair of UGBC’s AHANA+ Leadership Council and CSOM ’23, and Kudzai Kapurura, this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Benjamin and Spagnola announced their candidacy first at the election kick-off event hosted by the Elections Committee. After Benjamin and Spagnola’s speech, Kapurura announced her run for presidency and Zhang’s run for the vice presidency. According to Kapurura, she and Zhang are the best candidates because they have collected and heard so many student experiences.
New Delhi: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu will visit Gabon, Senegal and Qatar from May 30 to June 7 in the first ever visit from India at the level of Vice President to all three countries. Vice President will call on President of Gabon Ali Bongo Ondimba and meet other dignitaries. The Vice President’s State Visit to Senegal will be from June 1 to 3 during which he will hold delegation level talks with President Macky Sall. Vice President will meet President of the National Assembly Moustapha Niasse, and other dignitaries. Vice President will meet several other Qatari dignitaries during this visit.
Edward MaginnEdward Maginn, the Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Engineering in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed associate vice president for research, effective July 1. In this role, Maginn will be responsible for a number of special projects related to new initiatives at Notre Dame and certain projects that are already underway that will strengthen the support systems within Notre Dame Research. “I am honored to be asked to serve as an associate vice president for research,” said Maginn. Notre Dame Research plays a key role in helping our researchers reach their full potential as scholars who make a difference in the world. “I am grateful that Ed has agreed to join Notre Dame Research at this time,” said Robert J. Bernhard, vice president for research and professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering.
CHESA Names Kurt Clawson to Vice President of SolutionsStory HighlightsCHESA has promoted Media and Entertainment technology veteran Kurt Clawson to Vice President of Solutions. As Vice President of Solutions, Clawson will provide insight and commitment to growth in innovative solutions offerings to CHESA’s clients. “As media supply chain and digital media technology solutions continue to evolve,” says CEO Jason Paquin. “We’re confident our Solutions team lead by Kurt Clawson continues to position us to drive innovation throughout our industry. With Lance Hukill, Chief Commercial Officer, on pre-sales discovery and design, CHESA offers the most valuable solutions through the Solutions Architecture team.
Dr. Andrea “Andi” Kent has been named provost and executive vice president of the University of South Alabama, the school announced Thursday on its website. She’s served USA as interim provost since 2020 and was named interim executive vice president earlier this year. She also expanded the university’s scholarship programs, something she said she would continue if she were named provost permanently. Kent was one of three finalists for the position of provost and executive vice president. Kent beat out John Griffin, senior associate provost at Clemson University, and Keith Elder, provost and executive vice president of Mississippi College.
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What is the difference between vice president and vice Provost?On many college campuses, the person who is second in command after the president has two titles: vice president for academic affairs and provost. Even on campuses where the second in command has only one job title (vice president or provost), she or he is expected to perform both sets of duties.
What is a vice president academic and Provost?The Provost and Vice-President (Academic) is the senior academic officer of the institution, providing leadership, oversight, direction and linkages across an array of university operations, including long-range strategic, academic and resource planning.
What is a provost and vice provost?Vice-Provost, Academic is the title for someone who plans, leads and implements key academic initiatives across all faculties. They also provide strategic advice and recommendations on academic concerns that may affect the university.
Is executive vice president higher than Senior vice president?An executive vice president is higher ranking than a senior VP, and generally has executive decision-making powers. Typically, this role is second in command to the president of the company; and, other vice presidents may report to the executive vice president.
What are the duties of an executive vice president?An executive vice president is responsible for monitoring departmental operations, managing customer relationships, developing the company's strategic goals, and identifying business opportunities that would maximize the company's performance, drive revenues, and achieve the business's profitability goals.
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