Elise Moentmann, associate dean for students in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been appointed to the position of associate provost, according to Thom Greene, provost. She will oversee all activities related to the development and enforcement of academic regulations, hear all academic appeals, manage the Academic Standing Committee, coordinate the annual development of the University Bulletin, supervise summer school, serve as academic liaison to Early Alert and BITA, manage the course evaluation process, facilitate associate deans’ meetings, and process all adjunct employment contracts among other duties as assigned. She will supervise the Shepard Academic Resource Center, the provost’s athletic advisor, and facilitate other various standing committees. She will share responsibilities with the provost for core curriculum revitalization, new faculty orientation/academy, and University accreditation. She will also serve on the President’s Leadership Cabinet and the Provost’s Council.
A transition period from CAS to the Office of the Provost is planned. The appointment is effective July 1, 2018. Please congratulate Elise Moentmann on her new role on campus.