Elizabeth Loboa to join SMU as provost and vice president for academic affairs

Elizabeth Loboa will join SMU as provost and vice president for academic affairs, the university announced.
As chief academic officer for the University, she will be responsible for the overall quality of teaching, scholarship and research and all aspects of academic life, ranging from admissions and faculty development to supervision of SMU's eight schools, library system, and international programs, according to the university.
Loboa, a biomedical engineer, is currently vice chancellor for strategic partnerships and dean and Ketchum Professor of the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri. She brings to SMU a distinguished academic record and broad university leadership experience.

Lobaoa is a BMES fellow.
“Dr. Loboa is joining SMU at an exciting time, as we launch a new graduate school and strengthen our commitment to both world-changing research and teaching,” SMU President R. Gerald Turner said in the announcement. “Her proven track record in building and supporting partnerships both inside and outside the academy is exactly what we are looking for as SMU reaches out for collaborations that serve both Dallas and our global community.”

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