15 Jun UW-Madison names physicist, medical school official as provost
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison has named the vice dean of the School of Medicine and Public Health as the new provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, officials announced Thursday.
Paul M. DeLuca Jr., who joined the university faculty in 1973, will replace former provost Patrick Farrell as the chief academic officer.
The provost helps the institution toward its long-term goals in research and education by working with the chancellor and deans of UW’s 13 schools and colleges.
“Paul DeLuca is an outstanding scientist and a respected academic leader who has devoted himself over decades to our university and its core missions,” UW Chancellor Biddy Martin said in a statement.
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