Associate vice president for faculty forums


Come learn more about the candidates for the position of associate vice president for faculty, a critical role for the university. The search committee has identified two finalists—Harriet Hopf and Sarah Projansky—and will be holding open forums with each candidate on Thursday, June 20.

The associate vice president for faculty serves as the primary institutional resource for faculty matters, acting as an advisor to the senior vice president and an advocate for faculty. The associate vice president assists with a broad spectrum of issues ranging from faculty appointment decisions and tenure considerations to strategic planning and future policy directions. Read more about the position here. The AVP is a member of the SVP’s Academic Leadership Team and helps make major academic decisions throughout the year.

Here are the details for the candidate forums:

Candidate #1: Harriet Hopf
Thursday, June 20 | 12-12:50 p.m.
S.J. Quinney College of Law, 4th floor, classroom 4603
Candidate #2: Sarah Projansky
Thursday, June 20 | 1-1:50 p.m.
 S.J. Quinney College of Law, 4th floor, classroom 4603