The provost is the chief academic officer for the campus and is responsible for developing and assessing academic programs and supervising academic personnel policies and academic administration. Deans and directors of academic units report to the provost.
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William Bernhard is the Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost, overseeing the campus’ academic programs, policies, and priorities, which are designed to ensure the quality of the educational experience for students and to sustain an environment that encourages and supports academic excellence through diversity, inclusion, and free inquiry, debate, and speech. Read full bio.
As Acting Executive Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Rosa Milagros (Amy) Santos provides leadership in the areas of academic affairs and faculty affairs. Her portfolio includes faculty development, the Provost Fellows program, human resources, academic awards, and assessment. Read full bio.
The Associate Chancellor and Vice Provost for Budget and Resource Planning provides strategic budget planning and allocation advice to the Chancellor and the Provost, guidance to the university in areas related to budget, finance, planning and resource allocation, leadership and management of the campus budget office, and serves as campus chief financial officer. Read full bio.
Mairéad Martin is the CIO. She provides the technological innovations, infrastructure, security, support and training to ensure that faculty, students and staff can focus on learning, discovery and engagement. Read full bio…
As Vice Provost for International Affairs and Global Strategies and Senior International Officer, Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela cultivates relationships with institutions around the world while bringing together the university’s vast on-campus international presence. Read full bio.
The Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education provides campus-wide leadership in the area of undergraduate education, including setting strategic directions for the undergraduate experience at Illinois, supporting innovation in classroom and in online instruction, and encouraging interdisciplinary initiatives in curriculum and pedagogy.