Dr. Stephen Roberts became interim provost and executive vice chancellor of academic affairs at S&T on July 1. The following is a description of the roles of those serving in the provost’s office.
As interim provost, Roberts oversees S&T’s academic programs in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, and the College of Engineering and Computing. He also oversees CAFE, academic support, enrollment management, and global learning at S&T.
Krista Chambers, program and project support coordinator, assists Roberts. She coordinates his calendar and travel arrangements. Chambers also assists with staff and faculty hiring and appointment letters, special projects, events and meetings. She continues to serve as commencement coordinator.
Dr. Dick Brow serves as interim deputy provost for academic excellence. His primary duties include assessing degree programs and academic units, and working with CAFÉ to offer programs to advance faculty professional development. He works with S&T’s vice chancellor for research and other University of Missouri System campuses to identify research and innovation opportunities.
Janet Warford-Perry, front desk assistant, assists Brow with his calendar and curriculum items, handles incoming calls and walk-in visitors, and manages electronic file organization.
Dr. Daniel Forciniti, associate provost of faculty affairs, assists the provost’s office with faculty workload policy, promotion and tenure policy, and other faculty personnel services.
Misty House, program and project support coordinator, assists Forciniti with his calendar. She assists with Faculty Senate, as well as promotion and tenure and awards
Dr. Nancy Stone, part-time special assistant to the provost, primarily focuses on assessment, strategic planning, and reporting related to accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
The provost’s office, located in 210 Parker Hall, is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekdays. To contact the office, please call 341-4138 or email email@example.com.