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July 22, 2022 BIZ PEOPLE 

Post U. names new provost for teaching and learning

Photo | Contributed Sandra Wilson

Waterbury-based Post University recently promoted Sandra Wilson to the position of assistant provost for teaching and learning. 

Wilson started at Post in 2005 as an adjunct faculty member, and she joined full time in 2007 as the criminal justice academic program manager. Her most recent role had been as the university’s assistant dean at the John P. Burke School of Public Service and Education.

Wilson’s new position involves overseeing the academic support departments and faculty professional development. She will also provide recommendations for educational programs, course materials and policy.

Provost Elizabeth Johnson said Wilson has a “deep understanding” of the university’s vision.

“With her approach of collaboration, creativity and strategic insight, I have the utmost confidence that she will continue to serve as an exemplary leader,” Johnson said.

At Post, Wilson also has served as chair of the curriculum committee, cheerleading coach, faculty advisor for the Black Student Union and as a member of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advocacy Council.

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