Associate Provost Student Development and Public Affairs
The Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs is a part of the leadership team for Academic Affairs and is responsible and accountable for planning, coordination, and collaboration of activities in Academic Affairs that promote student development, success, and the integration of the public affairs mission into student learning. Academic Affairs student development initiatives include support and services from admission to the University through graduation, including advising services, tutoring services, the first-year experience, transfer student support, and service-learning. The Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs is responsible and accountable for planning, coordination, and collaboration of activities that support the public affairs mission of the University. The public affairs mission promotes community engagement, cultural competence, and ethical leadership and is accomplished through collaborative efforts of faculty, staff, and administrators in both curricular and co-curricular efforts. The Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs works with the Provost, Deans, and Department Heads, the Vice President for Student Affairs, as well as community representatives when appropriate. The Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs serves as he Campus Articulation Officer, overseeing academic appeals and processes, such as General Education and transfer re-evaluations.
Apply online: https://jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/49639
Employment will require a criminal background check at University expense.
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