Andy Mauk Named Interim Associate Provost of Institutional Planning, Analytics, and Effectiveness

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Andy Mauk has been named interim associate provost of the Office of Institutional Planning, Analytics, and Effectiveness, effective Oct. 15.
As the interim associate provost of IPAE, Mauk will report to Provost Marilyn Sheerer and direct the university’s data collection, reporting and analysis functions and oversee internal and external reporting. In addition, the office will also house space planning and work closely with the Chancellor’s office on strategic planning.
For the past five years, Mauk has served as the director of the Office of Student Affairs Assessment, Research and Planning. In this role, he has demonstrated a high degree of collaboration across campus working with departments on their assessment and research needs. Prior to joining UNCW, he worked in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at Florida State University and served as the associate director of the Multicultural Center at the University of Arkansas. He earned both a Ph.D. in higher education and a certificate in Institutional Research from FSU. He teaches assessment, evaluation, and strategic planning courses in the Watson College of Education and an online institutional research course at FSU.
His university memberships include the University's Learning Assessment Council, UNCW Strategic Planning Committee, Chancellor’s Leadership Council and chair of the Student Affairs Strategic Planning Committee. On the national level, he is the current co-chair elect of the NASPA Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Knowledge Committee.