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Division of Academic Affairs

New Faculty Brunch event with Provost and President

The Division of Academic Affairs, under the leadership of the Provost and Senior Vice President, is responsible for establishing academic priorities and the allocation of resources to support those priorities.

Dean Search Underway

The University of West Florida is currently conducting a search for the position of Dean of the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CASSH). For more information about the position, qualifications and application, search commmittee, or search timeline, please visit the CASSH Dean Search page.

CASSH Dean Search

Tenure and Promotion Awarded

In 2023, the University of West Florida Board of Trustees approved tenure for 12 university faculty members. Additionally, President Martha Saunders awarded promotion to 27 faculty members.

Tenure & Promotion Recipients

Gary Liguori

Meet the Provost

Dr. Gary Liguori serves as the University's chief academic officer as provost and senior vice president. Dr. Liguori comes to UWF from the University of Rhode Island, where he was the founding dean of the College of Health Sciences.

Meet Dr. Liguori

Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology Faculty Support

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) is here to help faculty explore innovative strategies, create transformative learning environments, and share research-based quality and inclusive teaching practices that can benefit all UWF students in all learning modalities.

CTLT Faculty Support

LEAD (Leadership, Enhancement, Activities & Development)

The University of West Florida offers high-level leadership development opportunities for faculty and staff members. LEAD, or Leadership, Enhancement, Activities & Development, fosters a community of leaders by encouraging team building through structured personal and interpersonal development. Each aspect of the program allows faculty and staff members to consider new ways of thinking through constructive, hands-on opportunities.

The program is led by Dr. Athena du Pré, Distinguished University Professor. 

Academic Affairs News