Associate Provost for Educational Programs Appointed
Posted: July 6, 2000 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Julie Christensen, Modern and Classical Languages, has been appointed as George Mason’s first associate provost for educational programs.
As a member of the Provost’s Office senior staff, Christensen will work in close cooperation with faculty committees to provide leadership, vision, and direction in the areas of graduate and international programs and student affairs. The newly created position calls for Christensen to assist with faculty development and other Provost’s Office activities.
Since joining George Mason in 1988 as a Russian professor, Christensen has served as the provost’s assistant for globalization and distance learning, as a faculty fellow for faculty development, and most recently as director of the Instructional Resource Center. She also has served on numerous special projects, such as the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Planning and Policies Committee and the Provost’s Office committee on leadership. Christensen also is a Women’s Studies faculty member.