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Ed Acevedo

Edmund Acevedo, Ph.D.

Job title: Associate dean for strategic initiatives
Telephone: (804) 827-0948
Location: 500 Academic Centre, Room 111
Works for: Dean's Office

Dr. Acevedo coordinates the timely development (including revisions) of a strategic plan, monitors the metrics associated with the goal in the CHS strategic plan and supports the implementation of the dean’s strategic initiatives.

The associate dean for strategic initiatives coordinates the timely development (including revisions) of a strategic plan, monitors the metrics associated with the goal in the CHS strategic plan and supports the implementation of the dean’s strategic initiatives. Tasks may include but are not limited to supporting academic units with the development of unit level strategic plans, coordinating faculty cluster hiring activities, establishing corporate partnerships that support our academic mission, participating in the development of marketing and recruitment activities and materials, and facilitating the activities of the CHS Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Committee.

The associate dean for strategic initiatives ensures the physical infrastructure and technology needs of the faculty, staff, and students are leading edge for achieving the mission of the College and coordinates the continual assessment, renovations and updates to support advancements in teaching, learning, knowledge development and community engagement.

The associate dean also serves on the College of Humanities and Sciences coordinating team in response to COVID-19, in particular communicating with faculty regarding a return to campus; working with building managers to make adjustments to ensure a safe environment for the return of faculty, staff and students; and ensuring the technology needs are addressed for faculty teaching online or hybrid courses.

Visit Dr. Acevedo's faculty page in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Sciences.

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