Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Search: Finalist Candidates

We are pleased to host four finalists for the position of Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at UWM. Details about the position, the candidates, the scheduled visits and open forums are available below.

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs PD

Candidates and Campus Visit Information

Candidate Information: Access Candidate CVs and Feedback Forms*
(Requires UWM email and password. Note that if you’ve logged in to your Microsoft 365 account with your UWM credentials already, you may not be prompted to re-enter them.)

*Confidential surveys to gather feedback on each finalist are available on the Candidate Information page above, and will close on Monday, June 10 at 11:45 p.m. Feedback will be collected and presented to Provost Daire in a non-identifying format for his review and consideration.

Campus Visit Schedules*

  • David (Dave) Clark
    Visit Schedule: May 15-16
    Vice Provost for Student Success &
    Associate Professor, English, College of Letters and Science
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Suzanne Boyd
    Visit Schedule: May 21-22
    Special Assistant to the Provost for Academic Affairs
    Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences, College of Letters and Science
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Ken Mulliken
    Visit Schedule: May 28-29
    Former Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer
    Marian University of Wisconsin
  • Julie Furst-Bowe:
    Visit Schedule: June 3-4
    Interim Faculty Affairs Director/Consultant
    University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

*Candidates Marius Boboc (May 13-14) and Daren Snider (May 22-23) have withdrawn from the search. Their campus visits were canceled.

Teams Links for Live Streamed Candidate Q&A Open Forums
(click on candidate’s name)

David (Dave) Clark: Thursday, May 16, 2-2:45 p.m., Lubar Hall S185
Suzanne Boyd: Wednesday, May 22, 2-2:45 p.m., Lubar Hall S263
Ken Mulliken, Wednesday, May 29, 1:45-2:30 p.m., Lubar Hall N120
Julie Furst-Bowe, Tuesday, June 4, from 1-1:45 p.m., Lubar Hall N120