Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Johnson discusses strategic decision-making that serves a greater good, how universities serve a critical function to society and the future of higher education.
The dean focuses on collaborative, interdisciplinary and community-centered activities.
Violence, racism and hate speech directed at Asians or Asian Americans — or any group — do not belong at our campuses or in our community.
Interim Provost says the changes will help UCF enhance student success.
University leadership commits to realigning resources and making strategic investments in hiring faculty and staff; strengthening research; and investing in diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
UCF celebrates the reversal of federal guidelines that would have affected more than 3,000 current and new students.
UCF’s interim provost emphasizes academic plans for the fall are purposefully flexible and the university will adapt as needed to keep students, faculty and staff safe.
Interim President Thad Seymour Jr. has chosen Michael Johnson, dean of the College of Sciences, to serve in the role.
The School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs replaces the Department of Political Science.