The chief academic officer of the Colleges, Ufomata is charged with stewardship of the academic program. Additionally, she is responsible for hiring and evaluating faculty, and overseeing the registrar's office and library staff, along with other academic services
De Denus's major area of concentration is curriculum and academic facilities and equipment, serving as the Office's ex officio representative to CoAA and FacIT. In addition, she will serve as the principal ADF for the sciences in the Provost's Office. Along with Paul Kehle, she will take on special projects, including strategic planning, retention, institutional grants, the Teagle Project and related assessment activities as we prepare for the next Middle States re-accreditation and its self-study.
Kehle directs the First-Year Seminar Program and faculty development activities in collaboration with CTL. Along with Christine de Denus, he will take on special projects, including strategic planning, retention, institutional grants, the Teagle Project and related assessment activities as we prepare for the next Middle States re-accreditation and its self-study.
Cool aids the Provost on faculty personnel matters, including compensation planning and instructional budget maintenance. She is also responsible for the staffing and management of the academic secretarial support.
Switzer is responsible for instructional budget maintenance, including faculty travel and research grants. Also maintains course evaluations for First Year Seminars and Bidisciplinary courses for review/tenure cases.
The Office of the Provost
Phone: (315) 781-3304
Fax: (315) 781-3334