Daniel named associate provost for undergraduate programs
Spectrum Volume 19 Issue 31 - May 22, 1997
Ron Daniel, professor and head of the Department of Architecture and Industrial Design, has been named associate provost for undergraduate programs, effective July 1.
Daniel has served the university for the past 20 years, teaching and participating in scholarly, creative, and service activities. His accomplishments include serving as the first chair of the Committee on Academic Policies which established the groundwork for the new academic eligibility policy, and as the first faculty chair of the Commission on Undergraduate Studies.
Daniel earned his master of architecture in 1975 from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and his bachelor of architecture in 1971 from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech.
John Fulton, vice provost for academic affairs, said "Ron Daniel was selected from a strong pool of applicants. The Provost's Office is extremely fortunate to have attracted someone with Ron Daniel's experience and qualifications for this important position."