Office of the Provost & Vice-President, Academic

 

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Description of Provost’s duties and responsibilities

Acting Provost and Vice-President, Academic Patricia Weir is the senior academic officer of the University of Windsor who provides leadership for academic planning and administration. Her oversight encompasses the following areas:

Teaching and Learning ● Student Experience ● Faculty Matters ● Curricula and Programs ● Student Advising ● Continuing Education ● Residences

The Library ● Student Recruitment ● Information Technology ● Experiential Learning ● Strategic Enrolment Management ● International Development

 

Provost’s Message

Welcome to the Office of the Provost at the University of Windsor.

The Office of the Provost is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the university’s academic mission – education, scholarship, research, and engagement – through commitment to high intellectual standards, human rights and freedoms, the centrality of the student experience, civility and respect, responsible stewardship and engagement with regard to issues of importance to the world and our communities, as well as the needs and rights of people, cultures, and the environment.

This mission, and these commitments, form the basis of our work and our decision making. Three key priorities provide focal points for sustainable advancement of this mission: Reputation, Recruitment, and Retention.


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Reputation

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Projects and initiatives that seek to ensure that excellence and innovation in all areas of the University’s academic mission is recognized, rewarded, and promoted, on and off campus, and around the world.
Explore the life-changing learning and world-changing research happening now at the University of Windsor [.pdf].

Recruitment

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Projects and initiatives – from new programs, to extraordinary experiences, to enhanced graduate opportunities, from evolving research synergies to community engagement, from new communications strategies to stronger networks – that draw scholars, students, and staff and community members to the University of Windsor.

Retention

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Projects and initiatives committed to ensuring that students, staff, and faculty can achieve their aspirations, and thrive and excel in all aspects of their learning, work, and life on campus.  Projects that help people engage, persevere, and succeed.