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Assistant Provost for University Career Services
The Career Services Task Force recommended the appointment of a senior administrator who would direct and coordinate career services across the university.
The new position, titled the Assistant Provost for University Career Services, will:
- lead the central career services center.
- coordinate among the school-based centers as convener and chair of the university’s Career Services Advisory Council.
Rachel A. Brown is the inaugural assistant provost for university career services at the George Washington University following a national search. Ms. Brown provides strategic leadership, direction and oversight for the university’s career services for students, alumni and employers. She assumed her new role on February 6, 2013. To read more about the assistant provost, please click here.
The assistant provost was recruited through an extensive national search process guided by an experienced search committee consisting of faculty, staff, and students.
- Carol Sigelman, Professor of Psychology (committee chair)
- Sabrina Ellis, Vice President for Human Resources
- Shelly Heller, Associate Provost for the Mount Vernon Campus and Professor of Computer Science
- Peter Konwerski, Senior Associate Provost and Dean of Student Affairs
- John Richardson, President of the Student Association (2011-2012)
- Adrienne Rulnick, Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development
- Thomas Stowell, Director of Career Services, Graduate School of Education and Human Development
- Murat Tarimcilar, Vice Dean of the School of Business and Professor of Decision Sciences
- Roger Whitaker, Professor of Higher Education Administration and Sociology
- Tammy Wiles, Director of Academic Advising and Student Services, Elliott School of International Affairs
- Gil Yancey, Executive Director of the F. David Fowler Career Center, School of Business
- Robert Snyder, Executive Director of University Initiatives, Division of Student Affairs (staff to the committee)