The Associate Provost works closely with the Provost to deliver Bryant’s high quality, innovative academic programs. Primary responsibilities are administration of six centers, NEASC accreditation, and special projects in Academic Affairs.
The responsibilities of Associate Provost
The Associate Provost supervises six academic centers to effectively deliver services to students, faculty, and external constituencies and to collaborate on developing synergistic, integrative programs. These centers provide programs for both graduate and undergraduate students as well as continuing education and international business services. Visit the Center for Student Success, the John H. Chafee Center for International Business, the Executive Development Center, the Center for Program Innovation, the Center for Global and Regional Economic Studies, and the Advanced Applied Analytics Center to learn more.
Bryant is accredited by NEASC, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The Associate Provost is the Accreditation Liaison Officer for NEASC and oversees compliance with NEASC standards, self-study activities, and accreditation reports.
Carol W. DeMoranville, Ph.D., is Bryant's first Associate Provost. A successful entrepreneur, she earned her doctorate at Virginia Tech and is a Professor of Marketing.
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