Hilbert College is launching a national search for its next Provost/VPAA. The provost is Hilbert’s chief academic officer and is administratively responsible for all academic, student life, and related programs. While serving as the "first among equals" on Hilbert’s senior leadership team, the provost will partner with President Cynthia Zane at a time of renewed institutional planning and in an ethos where challenging the status quo will be welcomed.
Hilbert serves a diverse student body of nearly 1,000, including traditional undergraduates, full and part-time graduate students, and students enrolled in the college’s adult and evening programs. Located just south of Buffalo, Hilbert’s ability to incorporate and build on resources available in the surrounding urban area is unusually attractive. Engaging in the next iteration of a strategic plan and embracing the change that will result from that plan, the provost will have the opportunity to make a measurable difference in the life of this fine small college.
The new provost will follow the eight-year career of Dr. Chris Holoman who is now serving as the president of Centenary College (LA) and the current year of service offered by Dr. Kristina Lantzky-Eaton, interim provost. The appointment of the permanent provost will become effective no later than July 1, 2017.
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