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About Vice Provosts

Vice provosts work closely with the provost, deans, and other academic leaders to guide and support the work of faculties, departments, institutes, and research centers.

Academic and Budgetary Affairs »

Works collaboratively with the provost in setting and implementing policy pertaining to academic and budgetary issues, and serves as a liaison to deans and directors in many areas of academic and budgetary affairs

Academic and Faculty Affairs »

Develops and strengthens policies and programs that support a diverse and excellent faculty.

Academic Affairs – Graduate Studies »

Advances excellence in graduate education by cultivating a vibrant and diverse student community that will impact the public good through the scholarship and discoveries of its students and degree recipients; additionally, promoting coordination between campus museums and collections.

Biosciences Initiative »

Focuses on funding cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, expert faculty hires, collaboration, and postgraduate education across the biological sciences at U-M.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion »

Leads and supports university-wide initiatives focused on the recruitment of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body, while fostering an inclusive and equitable community at the U-M.

Engaged Learning »

Maximizes the ability of the university to create richly engaged learning experiences for our students, staff, and faculty, both domestically and abroad by discovering new ideas and creating new outcomes that positively impact the people of Michigan and the world.

Enrollment Management »

Manages U-M’s enrollment functions to efficiently optimize students’ experiences throughout their engagement, from prospect to alumni. The division collaborates with campus partners in support of the university’s mission and commitment to academic quality, accessibility, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Undergraduate Education »

Plays a pivotal role in overseeing and advancing continuous enhancements in the university’s educational mission for a diverse community of undergraduate students.