Office of the Chancellor

Search Committee for next Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

Oct. 14, 2020

Dear colleagues:

We are pleased to announce the formation of a search committee charged with assisting us in appointing our next Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor. The committee is chaired by Barbara Finlayson-Pitts, Distinguished Professor of chemistry and director of AirUCI, and includes the following members:

  • Jeff Barrett, Chancellor’s Professor, Logic & Philosophy of Science
  • Joanna Ho, professor, Accounting
  • Peter Krapp, professor, Film & Media Studies
  • Barbara Dosher, Distinguished Professor, Cognitive Science
  • Greg Duncan, Distinguished Professor, Education
  • Rachel Moran, Distinguished Professor, School of Law
  • Suzanne Sandmeyer, professor, Biological Chemistry
  • Lari Wenzel, professor, Department of Medicine, General Internal Medicine
  • Michelle Mallari, president, Associated Students of UCI
  • Connor Strobel, president, Associated Graduate Students
  • Song Richardson, dean, School of Law
  • Pramod Khargonekar, vice chancellor for research
  • Gillian Hayes, vice provost, Graduate Education, and dean, Graduate Division
  • Willie Banks, vice chancellor for student affairs
  • Nasim Afsar, M.D., chief operating officer, UCI Health
  • Julie Hill, chair, UCI Foundation
  • Lou Gill, staff assembly representative
  • Benedicte Shipley, assistant dean, School of Biological Sciences
  • Katherine Gallardo, assistant vice chancellor, Budget Office

All faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations. Please send your suggestions, nominations and/or applications to: Isaacson Miller at https://www.imsearch.com/search-detail/S7-702. Additionally, nominations can be submitted to Angela Finocchiaro directly at afinocchiaro@imsearch.com.

All correspondence will be held in the strictest confidence. Review of applications will begin in November and the position will remain open until filled.

We welcome your participation and look forward to working with the committee to conclude a successful search for this crucial position.

Chancellor Howard Gillman