Winthrop University: Academic Affairs - Organization & Responsibilities

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About the Office of the Provost

Organization & Responsibilities

 

Adrienne McCormick, Provost 

The Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs serves as the chief academic officer of the University and as the second in overall authority, reporting directly to the University President and serving as a member of the President's senior leadership team.  The deans of the colleges, schools, and the University library report directly to the Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.  


Meg Webber, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

As Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Meg Webber assists with leadership of the Academic Affairs Division and the University in a variety of areas crucial to the university’s mission and goals. Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, leadership for faculty affairs and services, institutional-wide employee learning and professional development, administrative direction of the institution’s Quality Enhancement Plan for SACSCOC Accreditation, and project management for the institution’s Academic Master Planning. Additionally, she has oversight of the Office of Grants & Sponsored Research Development. As an advocate for the institution as a hub of engaged, community education, Dr. Webber also serves on a variety of committees and represents the Provost as needed on campus and throughout the community.


 Tim Drueke, Assistant Vice President for Curriculum and Program Support

As Assistant Vice President for Curriculum and Program Support, Tim Drueke provides assistance and support services to faculty, program coordinators, and deans in the development of curriculum, as well as related policies and procedures.  Mr. Drueke reviews student requests, issues, and complaints on behalf of the Provost and serves as liaison to senior staff in other divisions in matters involving students.  He has oversight of the Offices of Records and Registration and Academic Space and Scheduling.


 Other Members of Academic Leadership Council

 

Last Updated: 6/10/20