Provost Anne D'Alleva
As Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Anne D’Alleva serves as UConn’s chief academic officer, with responsibility for all academic units and operations.
Dr. D'Alleva was named permanent provost by President Maric effective December 1, 2022. Prior to her appointment in May 2022 as interim provost, Dr. D’Alleva served as Dean of the School of Fine Arts since 2015. She is the first woman to serve as provost in UConn’s history.
The Provost oversees UConn's 14 schools and colleges, as well as its four regional campuses. The Provost's Office also plays a major role in University strategic planning, developing academic policies and procedures, academic program planning and implementation, program assessment, student success initiatives, graduate education, global affairs, institutional research, university libraries, university information technology systems and services, and academic personnel management (including appointments and reappointments of faculty and staff, tenure and promotion, and annual evaluations.
Dr. D’Alleva is a champion of innovative and creative collaborative efforts across disciplines, schools and colleges, including between the School of Fine Arts and the School of Engineering, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Neag School of Education, the Human Rights Institute, and even UConn Athletics.
Provost's Office Leadership
Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Support staff: Victoria Kuryan
Vice Provost for Health Sciences and Interdisciplinary Initiatives
Support Staff: Raven Parker
Vice Provost for Graduate Education
Dean, The Graduate School
Support Staff: Martha Marroni
Vice Provost for Strategic Initiatives
Support Staff: Nisha Joshee Hardnett
Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Support Staff: Victoria Kuryan
Associate Vice President for Budget, Planning and Institutional Research & Director of Capital Budget and Planning