Georgia Tech is conducting an international search for the next provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs. (The search follows the announcement that Provost Rafael L. Bras intends to step down on Sept. 1 and return to the faculty.)
President Ángel Cabrera has named an 18-member advisory search committee comprised of faculty and staff, as well as students from the undergraduate and graduate student government associations. The committee will be co-chaired by Charles Isbell, dean of the College of Computing and Susan Lozier, dean of the College of Sciences.
Two town halls were held on March 9 and 10 for students, faculty, and staff to hear about the search process and provide feedback on the candidate considerations. Note: additional town halls will be planned for later in the semester as the search progresses.
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- Kickoff – March 2020
- Position development, recruitment, and candidate vetting — March to May
- Finalist selection – June
- Vetting of finalists – June to July
- Projected start date – September
Nominations and Applications
Georgia Tech will be assisted with this search by Jackie Zavitz, Ellen Landers, and Kaley Palanjian of Heidrick & Struggles. Nominations and applications should be directed to GTProvost@heidrick.com.
This website will be updated regularly with additional information including a position profile and application link.