Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education

Michael Grant Ph.D.

In general, my standing administrative responsibilities include: the Leadership Residential Academic Program containing the Chancellorís Leadership Studies Program (CLSP) and the Ethnic Living & Learning Community Leadership Studies Program (ELLC); the Office of International Education; the Presidents Leadership Class; Special Undergraduate Enrichment Programs (SUEP) including the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, Norlin and Boettcher Scholars; the Student Academic Success Center; the Top Scholarship Advising and Campus Assessment Office; Chair, Technology and Education Committee, Co-Chair, Campus Advising Exploratory Committee; Academic Liaison to Office of Information Technology; Chair, Academic Affairs Advisory Committee; Chair, standing FCQ committee; advisory roles with the Norlin, Fulbright, Daniels, Puksta and Boettcher scholarship programs; advisory roles for Planning and Budget Analysis, Governing Board, CU University Information Systems; advisory role for all academic certificates; advisory role for all new undergraduate degree proposals; academic complaints from students, parents, and other constituents; teach one class each semester.

I also carry out shorter-term responsibilities, often requiring substantial time commitments to include: Chair, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Search Committee; Chair of the NCAA Certification’s Sub-Committee on Academic Integrity; Steering Committee for Student Portal Project; Chair, Undergraduate Education Committee for 2030 initiative; Member, Financial Aid Appeals Committee; National Science Foundation Fellowship Selection Board; author and principle investigator of National Science Foundation Biomath grant for undergraduate students; author and PI for two NSF sponsored Critical Thinking Analysis Test project sub-contracts; PI on Teagle Foundation grant for measuring critical thinking in undergraduate students; Norlin Scholar selection committee, GLBT consultations, faculty and administrative representative for the National Council Tour, presenter at Admissions events such as Talented Scholars Day, active member of President’s Teaching Scholars program, welcome presentations for many summer and fall orientation events; addressed students at Chancellor’s Convocation for incoming students; contributor to campus policies from Chancellor’s and Provost’s offices.

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