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Position Title: Vice-President of Academic Affairs
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Tennessee State University
Tennessee State University (TSU) is a comprehensive, urban, land grant institution and the state’s only public Historically Black University. It is located in Nashville, Tennessee. TSU offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees and has an enrollment of nearly 9,000 students. The degree offerings of the University include thirty-eight undergraduate degree programs, twenty-five plus masters degree programs, and seven doctoral degree programs delivered through its nine colleges and schools. In addition, TSU offers distance learning programs and provides support services which permit the institution to further broaden access to education and learning opportunities to residents within the state of Tennessee and to individuals around the nation. The University’s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) as well as its many academic program accreditations validates the high quality of its academic programs and attests to the University’s commitment to maintaining high academic standards.
Tennessee State University invites applications for the position of Vice-President of Academic Affairs. This position represents an excellent opportunity for an energetic, accomplished, and experienced academic leader to continue the progressive development and growth of quality academic programs, academic support initiatives, teaching, research, and service activities of the University.
Reporting to the University President, the Vice-President for Academic Affairs provides academic vision and leadership in addition to assisting and supporting the President in fulfilling the prescribed mission of the University. The Vice-President for Academic Affairs is also responsible for enhancing the intellectual and cultural climate of the university and promoting diversity to the campus Community.
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