Administration & Governance
Learn about the people and organized bodies that carry the vision for the University of Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ and beyond.
°Õ³ó±ðÌýÌý(ABOR) is the governing body forÌýÂé¶¹ÊÓÆµ's three public universities. The board consists of 12 members, including two student Regents, the Ìýand the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
President Robert C. Robbins
The 22nd president of the University of Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ seeks to prepare students for their dream careers as well-educated, civically engaged leaders in our rapidly changing, technologically advanced world.
Our Strategic Plan
A bold and inspirational plan will define our strategic pillars and goals in an approach designed to energize and focus the entire University of Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ community.
SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Maribel AlvarezInterim Associate Vice Provost, Diversity and Inclusion
Barry BrummundChief Information Officer and Vice President, University Planning
Gail BurdSenior Vice Provost, Academic Affairs / Teaching and Learning
Elizabeth CantwellSenior Vice President, Research and Innovation
Michael D. DakeSenior Vice President, Health Sciences
John DenkerInterim Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing & Communications Officer
Jon DudasSenior Vice President and Chief of Staff
N. Levi EsquerraSenior Vice President for Native American Advancement and Tribal Engagement
Liesl FolksSenior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Karen Francis-BegayAssistant Vice Provost, Native American Initiatives
Marla FrancoAssistant Vice Provost, Hispanic Serving Institution Initiatives
Dave HeekeVice President and Director of Athletics
Craig HendersonVice President, Executive Office of the President
Jane HunterVice President for Strategic Initiatives
Laura Todd JohnsonSenior Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel
Amanda KrausAssistant Vice President, Campus Life and Executive Director, Disability Resources
Cynthia RamirezVice President, University Initiatives
John-Paul RoczniakPresident and CEO, Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµ Foundation
Vice President of Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement
Chief Development Officer
Helena RodriguesVice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
Andrea RomeroVice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Lisa RulneySenior Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer
Mary Beth TuckerVice President, Equity and Title IX, and Interim Chief Compliance Officer
Kasey UrquidezVice President, Enrollment Management
Dean, Undergraduate Admissions
Steve VoellerVice President, Government and Community Relations
Kendal Washington WhiteVice Provost for Campus Life and Dean of Students
Robert Williams, Jr.Regents Professor, E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law
Faculty Co-Chair, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program
Craig WilsonVice Provost, Online and Distance Education
In consultation and dialogue with the President, the Provost and the University community, theÌýStrategic Planning and Budget Advisory Committee supports and enhances the success of the University.
As the legislative body that represents the general faculty, the Faculty Senate creates policies for academic personnel, instruction and curriculum, research, student affairs, ethics and more.
The Undergraduate Council reviews all undergraduate curricular action items forwarded from the Academic Programs Subcommittee and the Curriculum & Policies Subcommittee, and also from other areas of the university.
Representing all staffÌýemployees, Classified and University Staff who contribute greatly to the success of our community, the UÂé¶¹ÊÓÆµ Staff Council is active in the universityâ€™s shared governance and advises the university administration.
Associated Students of the University of Âé¶¹ÊÓÆµÌýâ€“ theÌýUniversity's Student Government â€“Ìýrepresents the student body in order to serve, engage, and empower all students through advocacy and a large variety of programs and resources.
The Graduate & Professional Student CouncilÌýpromotes the academic, economic and social aims of graduate and professional students at the University.