Dr. Oris manages the research and sponsored programs office for the university, including pre-award functions for externally funded grants and contracts; intellectual property and patents; compliance for animal subjects, human subjects, and export controls; and undergraduate and faculty research programs. He is the chief administrator of graduate programs, including recruiting, admissions, and student support; student retention; guidelines and policies; and program quality. He chairs the Graduate Council and Academic Program Review Committees and is ex officio on and provides management support for the Animal Care and Use Committee, Human Subjects Research Committee (IRB), Faculty Research Committee, and Undergraduate Research Committee.
Dr. Haynes oversees the University's accreditation reaffirmation process, undergraduate academic advising, interdisciplinary initiatives, new faculty orientation, transfer and articulation issues with the Ohio Board of Regents, University Senate, undergraduate academic policy, and probationary reviews of faculty, Reporting lines include the Office of Liberal Education, University Honors Program, Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and University Assessment, Advanced Learning Technologies, and the Howe Center for Writing Excellence.
Mr. Kabbaz is responsible for the overall leadership and administration of all areas related to enrollment policy. Serving as the University's Chief Enrollment Officer, he oversees the Office of Enrollment Management, Admission, Bursar, Enrollment Operations and Communications, Enrollment Research and Analysis, University Registrar, and Student Financial Assistance.
Academic Personnel Services
Dr. Cox oversees the office of Academic Personnel Services which facilitates employment opportunities for faculty and academic staff positions, processes formal offers of employment and hiring requirements, maintains the payroll and personnel database for faculty, academic staff and graduate assistants, supports and processes all personnel matters, e.g. annual appointments, leaves, promotions, work authorizations, position changes, salary increments, etc. In addition, Dr. Cox provides guidance for academic leadership on policies and employment law and is responsible for compliance in these areas for Academic Affairs, along with consulting on issues related to academic personnel.
Cheryl Young leads the Global Initiatives team in support of comprehensive internationalization at Miami University with a focus on sustaining and expanding student mobility, international partnerships, faculty globally focused efforts, and diverse co-curricular programming. Units reporting to Global Initiatives include International Student & Scholar Services, Study Abroad, the Center for American & World Cultures, Continuing Education, and the Confucius Institute.
Ms. Krallman provides information on students and faculty/staff for university planning, policy making, and decision making activities through statistical analysis, data analysis and report generation. Ms. Krallman is the liaison between the university and the Ohio Board of Regents on Higher Education Information data issues, the U.S. Department of Education -NCES, and the National Student Clearinghouse. Additionally, Ms. Krallman responds to external data requests; advises faculty, staff and students on survey design, data collection and data analysis; and maintains collaborative relationships with offices such as Enrollment Management, Information Technology, and University Communication.
Budget and Operations
Lindsay Carpenter manages the Provost's Office budgets and surrounding operational process for budgets that report to Academic Affairs. Ms. Carpenter assists in budget analysis and planning for Academic Affairs units. She is the liaison between Academic Affairs and the Physical Facilities Department for space allocation and renovation and building projects, as well as with IT for project coordination. In addition, she serves on the Space Utilization Group Committee, Oxford Pride Award Committee, Classroom Enhancement Council, IT Academic and IT Administrative Planning Committees, Fiscal Priorities Committee, and Responsibility Centered Management (RCM) Committee.
Ms. Newton is the assistant to the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bobby Gempesaw. Cheryl serves as liaison to a wide range of internal and external University constituents, provides administrative support to the Provost, manages the Provost's calendar, coordinates travel arrangements, plans events for Academic Affairs, and provides support on special projects.
Katherine Bradbury manages the University's records retention program, coordinates the University tenure and promotion process, is responsible for updates to the University Policy Manual and Student Handbook, and provides support in academic affairs for dean and upper-level administrator searches. Other responsibilities include facilitating the evaluation of academic administrators' process, arranging meetings of the Faculty Assembly, publishing memorials for the Society of Emeriti, and updating the religious holidays and online academic calendar postings.
Marcia Weller serves as the Recording Secretary of University Senate, provides staff support for the Executive Committee of University Senate; records the Senate minutes, updates governance documents, and maintains the Web site and historical records of University Senate; provides staff support for the appointments to University Senate committees and maintains the minutes of committees of University Senate; serves as secretary to the Awards and Recognition Committee; files University policies in the Ohio Administrative Code; and manages the University Records Center.
Ms. Nguyen is assistant to Associate Provost Haynes in the Office of Undergraduate Education. She coordinates events for the office, maintains the OUE website, and provides support for the accreditation process.