Dr. Rex Ramsier
Dr. Rex Ramsier is UA's interim senior vice president and provost.
Ramsier began serving as UA's interim senior vice president and provost on Jan. 1, 2016. As UA's top academic officer, Ramsier has oversignt of academic planning and budeting, curriculum development and assessment, among other functions.
Prior to taking on this role, Ramsier served as senior vice provost. Throughout his UA career, Ramsier has served in a number of positions, including vice provost for academic programs and operations; associate provost for academic policies, procedures and reviews; director of the Institute for Teaching and Learning; associate professor of physics, chemistry, and chemical engineering; and assistant professor of physics. After earning his Ph.D., Ramsier was a senior scientist in stress corrosion cracking and advanced energy conversion at Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory.
Ramsier graduated summa cum laude from The University of Akron with a B.S. in physics. He earned a M.S. in physics from UA and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Pittsburgh.
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