The provost's office provides support and oversight to searches for deans and academic vice presidents.  Information on current searches, candidates, and campus and community participation in the search process can be found here.

 

Current Search News:

 

Dean of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

Following the announcement that current Dean Cynda Johnson will step down from her role later this year, Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic launched an international search for the next Dean of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. 

The search committee is pleased to announce the finalists selected for campus interviews.

As part of the interview and selection process for the next dean, Interim Executive Vice President and Provost Cyril Clarke and Chief Medical Officer of Carilion Clinic Patrice Weiss invite all members of the VTC community to meet the candidates selected for campus interviews. University, Carilion Clinic, and community members are invited to attend each candidate’s open forum presentation on “The Changing Healthcare Landscape and Implications for Education of Physicians.”  The search committee encourages all campus and community members to submit feedback via the online surveys.

Richard Blythe

Dr. Julie Byerley - August 7-9

Dr. Byerley currently serves as vice dean for education and chief education officer at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. She also holds an appointment as professor of pediatrics and has held progressive leadership roles in the UNC School of Medicine for more than a decade. Byerley has been recognized with awards for her service, teaching, and mentorship, and has been honored as a fellow with both the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine and Association of American Medical Colleges. She holds a master of public health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a doctorate of medicine from Duke University.

 

View the recording of Dr. Byerley's open forum presentation here.

Following the Open Forum, provide your feedback here.

Richard Blythe

Dr. Jeannette South-Paul - August 15-17

Dr. South-Paul currently serves as the Andrew W. Mathieson Professor and chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.  She joined the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh following more than 20 years on active duty with the Medical Corps of the United States Army.  A member of the National Academy of Medicine, South-Paul has also received numerous awards recognizing her service to the health sciences, family medicine, and community as well as contributions to mentoring. She holds a doctorate of medicine from University of Pittsburgh, completed her residency at Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Georgia, and completed a faculty development fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Open Forum Presentation: August 16, 2018 from 3:30-4:30 p.m., Auditorium M203 at 2 Riverside in Roanoke

Remote participants can access the livestream of Jeannette South-Paul's Open Forum presentation here.  Questions may be submitted remotely by emailing forumquestions@vt.edu.

Following the Open Forum, provide your feedback here.

Richard Blythe

Dr. José Manuel de la Rosa - August 21-23

Dr. de la Rosa currently serves as vice president for outreach and community engagement at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) in El Paso, Texas. Prior to beginning this role, he also served as provost, vice president for academic affairs, vice president for health affairs, and was the founding dean for the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at the TTUHSC.  Having held progressive leadership roles for more than 20 years, de la Rosa has also been recognized with a number of awards in medicine, community service, and leadership. He holds a master of science in epidemiology from Harvard Medical School and a doctorate of medicine from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine.

Open Forum Presentation: August 22, 2018 from 3:30-4:30 p.m., Auditorium M203 at 2 Riverside in Roanoke

Remote participants can access the livestream of José Manuel de la Rosa's Open Forum presentation here.  Questions may be submitted remotely by emailing forumquestions@vt.edu.

Following the Open Forum, provide your feedback here.