Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs
An academic leader with significant experience in academic and faculty affairs, strategic planning, assessments,
accreditation, and developing academic policies and programs that support faculty development and scholarly activities.
Experienced in improving retention and graduation rates and supporting student success. Committed to diversity and inclusion
in the higher education environment. Has strong skills in collaborating within liberal arts education.
Past research focused on applying nanotechnology for diagnosis and therapy of diseases and on understanding ovarian
cancer progression. Edited a volume on cancer nanotechnology. Authored six book chapters and 18 journal articles, and is a
holder of four U.S. patents.
Reema Zeineldin, Ph.D.