Academic Affairs Leadership
UNO, led by the faculty, in collaboration with staff and students, strives for excellence at all levels of teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and creative activity consistent with its metropolitan mission. Excellence is demonstrated in programs and areas of distinction, high quality undergraduate education, and strong graduate research/professional programs.
In collaboration with all colleges and faculty, the Office of Academic Affairs ensures that all students are guaranteed a high quality academic experience that exemplifies intellectual inquiry and critical thinking.
The Office of Academic Affairs supports programs and services which are designed to assist students in defining, clarifying, and achieving their educational goals, as well as focusing on each student's personal, interpersonal, intellectual, and physical development.
Leadership in Academic Affairs is provided by the following individuals:
|Office of Academic Affairs|
|B.J. Reed, Ph.D.||Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs|
|Deborah Smith-Howell, Ph.D.||Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Dean of Graduate Studies
|Candice Batton, Ph.D.||Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs|
|Regina Toman, Ph.D.||Assistant to the Senior Vice Chancellor for Faculty Human Resources|
|Kathy Krause||Assistant to the Senior Vice Chancellor for Budget|
Click here for the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of Graduate Studies' Organizational Chart.
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