Henderson named a Provost Fellow

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Ken Henderson, Professor and Chair of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been named as a Provost Fellow.

The Provost’s Fellow program is a way of inviting members of the faculty to participate on a part-time basis in the activities of the Provost’s Office and to bring a faculty member’s perspective to our discussions and deliberations. Provost’s Fellows participate in the regular meetings of the office and also meet with the Provost regularly. An essential component of the experience is working on select administrative matters and special projects on issues important to faculty.

In additon to Henderson the current Provost Fellows are:

Theodore J. Cachey, Jr.

Albert J. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies 
Professor and Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literature

and

Ann E. Tenbrunsel

Professor, Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics & Co-director Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide