Kate Miller to Step Down as UW’s Provost
The University of Wyoming’s provost and vice president for academic affairs, Kate Miller, will step down from the position June 30.
Ed Seidel, UW’s incoming president, will consult with key university stakeholders to consider candidates and select an acting vice president for academic affairs to take the position July 1. That person will serve until a new provost is selected. A national search is planned to begin in September.
Miller has been UW’s chief academic officer since August 2016, coming to Wyoming after serving as dean of the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University.
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