Office of the Provost
The Office of Provost is responsible for administration of academic programs and related support services. This includes faculty development, promotion and tenure, faculty development leaves, academic budgeting, personnel issues in the academic affairs area, curricular planning and assessment.
The deans of the colleges, four vice provosts and directors of academic centers report to the Office of the Provost.
Dr. Kevin Carman oversees the University's six colleges, Division of Health Sciences, Division of Extended Studies and University of Nevada Cooperative Extension.
The Provost's Office maintains several forms and informational documents related to faculty activities.
The Provost's office maintains information and policies ranging from faculty evaluation procedures to emeriti status.
The University is adding numerous tenure-track professorships and faculty teaching positions to realize a dynamic future.
Several of the campus's largest academic related awards are coordinated by the Provost's Office.
The University has served the State of Nevada since 1874.
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