Vice Provost for Student Affairs Search

The University of Pittsburgh is conducting a search for a Vice Provost for Student Affairs. All interested parties are invited to review the information below.

Position Specification and Application Procedure

Please see the position specification for an explanation of the opportunity.

Inquiries, nominations, referrals, and applications–which should include CVs with cover letters addressing the qualifications and characteristics articulated in the position specification–should be sent via the Isaacson, Miller search website. Electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. For fullest consideration, application materials should be received by March 11, 2024.

Search Committee

Nicola Foote (Co-Chair)
Dean, David C. Frederick Honors College

Clyde Wilson Pickett (Co-Chair)
Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Karin Asher   
Assistant Dean for Student Engagement and Professional Development

Lorraine Craven
Assistant Dean for Student Experience   

Ahmed Ghuman
Executive Director of the University Counseling Center

Nancy Glynn
Co-chair, Student Admissions, Aid, and Affairs Committee of the Faculty Senate; Associate Professor, Epidemiology

Craig Grooms
Executive Director for Strategic Initiatives and Planning, Office of Admissions and Financial Aid

Stan O’Loughlin  
Associate Legal Counsel

Jared Scarlett
Undergraduate student, Bradford campus

Rachael Stowe
Graduate student, School of Education

Erin Strong
Special Events Coordinator

Chris Stumpf
Vice President of Student Affairs, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown

Jennifer Walker
Associate Director of Academic Affairs

Jeff Whitehead
Executive Director of Global Engagement

Ryan Young
Undergraduate student, Pittsburgh campus; President, Student Government Board

Initial Input

At the beginning of the search, the search committee held open forum meetings to allow members of the community an opportunity to share input regarding the next dean and also received feedback via a community survey. The committee appreciates the community’s input.