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UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR - OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

The University of Wyoming seeks a University Registrar to join its team. Reporting to the Associate Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, the University Registrar is the official, authorized keeper of the university’s student records and provides vision and leadership to enhance academic records management. The Registrar works closely with Registrar staff to perform the following administrative duties: room and course scheduling, grading, transcript production, transcript evaluation, registration, FERPA compliance, academic policy implementation, reporting, residency classification, degree audits, the university catalog, and diplomas. Enrollment Management is under the purview of the Provost and the University Registrar thus works closely with staff in Academic Affairs, Transfer Relations, Scholarships and Financial Aid, and the academic colleges.

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MANAGING DIRECTOR - TRUSTEES EDUCATION INITIATIVE (TEI)

The Managing Director will be the equivalent of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Initiative and will report directly to the Executive Director, who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Initiative; the Executive Director reports directly to TEI Board. The Managing Director will be responsible for the successful implementation and management of the TEI implementation plan, project budgeting, internal operations and relations, integrating five innovations into the UW-E4 model (working in tandem with the UW-E4 Director and the Executive Director). The successful candidate must have knowledge of—and significant experience with—leadership and management principles as they relate to working effectively with P-12 education, the University, the community college system, non-profit organizations, and policymakers. The Managing Director must also have knowledge of financial and project management. Moreover, it is critically important that the Managing Director have a demonstrated ability to implement all aspects of the Initiative to make measurable progress on the entire range of tasks and issues to be undertaken by the Initiative.

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DIRECTOR - AMERICAN HERITAGE CENTER

The American Heritage Center (AHC) is a major archival repository, holding more than 3,500 manuscript collections. The collections are regional, national, and international in scope. The AHC also maintains the University’s rare book collection and serves as the university archives. Its holdings draw scholars from the US and abroad; as well as serving faculty, undergraduate and graduate students at UW, teachers in Wyoming, and the public. The AHC is an active sponsor of scholarly and popular programs including research and travel grants as well as lectures and Wyoming History Day.

One of the four main goals in the University’s strategic plan, “Breaking Through 2017-2022,” is to assure the long-term strength and stability of the University by preserving, caring for and developing human, intellectual, financial, structural and marketing resources. This exemplifies the University’s commitment to supporting the AHC – preserving its resources, developing the intellectual capital it holds, and assuring its long-term stability and strength. For more information about the American Heritage Center, please visit http://www.uwyo.edu/ahc/.

The Director must have the vision, experience, and leadership needed to sustain and advance the American Heritage Center’s stature as a research and outreach institution of national and international distinction. The Director will report to the Vice Provost and will oversee an institution with 20-25 employees and a variable number of student workers. The Director and the AHC are expected to have strong relationships with the University Libraries, The Art Museum and other museums, academic departments, and with other major collections nationwide.

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DEAN - COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES

The University of Wyoming (UW) invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The new Dean will serve as a passionate advocate and enthusiastic champion for the College’s mission to improve the quality of life for people in Wyoming and the global community through implementing UW’s land-grant mission in teaching, research, and extension.

The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, with responsibility for the academic and outreach leadership of the College and the management of its resources, including faculty and staff, physical facilities, and budget. The Dean will oversee the College’s critical research and educational programs that address the needs of the State and fulfil its vision of supporting thriving agriculture, natural resources, people, and communities by integrating quality education, innovative research, and impactful engagement. The Dean of COANR will interface with UW and College leadership, faculty, industry leaders, policy makers, the College’s Advisory Board, and others who have a vested interest in the College’s teaching, research and extension programs, and their impact on Wyoming and the region. In partnership with College faculty, state and national research and educational priorities will be determined and influenced by the Dean’s engagement with statewide stakeholder groups.

In serving as the COANR’s lead advocate, the Dean will facilitate interactions of common interest among the other colleges and schools on campus to coordinate COANR research and service activities pertaining to agriculture, natural resources, and other related issues.

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