By Cherae Hunt |News Editor|
Dr. Shari G. McMahan has been named provost and vice president of academic affairs.
McMahan is the first female provost in the history of CSUSB.
“I look forward to working with the faculty and administration to continue our efforts to enhance student success, support faculty excellence in teaching and research and continue the good and important work in our community,” stated McMahan in an article published in CSUSB News by the Office of Strategic Communication.
She has served as Cal State Fullerton’s deputy provost since 2014.
In this role, she managed a wide and impressive portfolio, including: enrollment services, faculty affairs and records, the Faculty Development Center, the Center for Excellence in Supplemental Instruction and other university involvement, according to the CSUSB website.
“We are delighted to have someone of Shari’s knowledge, ability and talent to join us as CSUSB’s new provost and academic affairs vice president. Her background and experiences in her many leadership roles and in the classroom at Cal State Fullerton will serve us well, not only in helping to expand, enhance and grow our exceptional faculty, but also provide and nurture academic programs for our students,” stated President Tomás Morales, according to an article published in CSUSB News by the Office of Strategic Communication.
McManan will begin her job as provost Sept. 1.