Dr. Mark Curtis-Ch[beta]vez Named New College of DuPage Provost

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Dr. Mark Curtis-Ch[beta]vez Named New College of DuPage Provost


Byline: Submitted by COD News Bureau

The College of DuPage board of trustees unanimously approved Dr. Mark Curtis-Ch[sz]vez as the new Provost during its regular meeting on Thursday, Aug. 16.

In the new role developed by President Dr. Ann Rondeau, Curtis-Ch[sz]vez will oversee the College's Academic and Student Affairs departments, which will be combined under one division to better align the institution's focus on student success. His responsibilities include the planning, development and administration of the College's educational programs and student services as the College's Chief Academic Officer.

"Our search committee reviewed applications from candidates nationwide to find the right fit for this institution," said College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau. "We are confident that Dr. Curtis-Ch[sz]vez's proven leadership in student success and his prior experience at a number of larger institutions will be a fine complement to College of DuPage, its students, faculty and staff."

Curtis-Ch[sz]vez comes to the College from Lone Star College-CyFair in Texas, where he most recently served as Special Assistant to the President. In this role, he managed the department of College Relations and initiated as well as led the institution's Grants Council and the Data Team, which focused on student retention, success and completion. …

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