Positions Reporting to the Vice-President Academic and Provost
Deputy Provost and Associate Vice-President
Integrated Planning and Budgeting (Susan Tighe)
The Deputy Provost advises and supports the Provost on all aspects of academic, budget and space planning and assists the Faculties and Academic Support Units (ASUs) in developing their plans.
Academic (Mario Coniglio)
Acts as Advisor to the Vice-President Academic and Provost on Interdisciplinary Programs and is responsible for the implementation and coordination of academic department and undergraduate program reviews. He is responsible for the management of the Centre for Teaching Excellence (CTE), the Writing Centre and the Centre for Extended Learning (CEL). The AVPA shares oversight of the Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education (WatCACE) with the Executive Director of Co-operative Education.
Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs (Jeff Casello)
Represents the interests and policies of Graduate Studies; chairs the Graduate Operations Committee; co-chairs the Senate Graduate and Research Council and Graduate Student Relations Committee; represents Graduate Studies on most University committees and is the University of Waterloo external representative for graduate affairs - Ontario Council on Graduate Studies (OCGS), Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS).
Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (Diana Parry)
The Associate Vice-President provides leadership on policy and structural level equity issues to foster a supportive campus environment in which all students, faculty, and staff, irrespective of their gender, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, or ability can flourish, therein furthering the academic and public mission of the University. Reporting to her are the Equity Office, Conflict Management and Human Rights Office, and the Sexual Violence Response Coordinator.
Co-operative and Experiential Education (Peggy Jarvie)
Responsible for the direction of Co-operative Education and Career Action, WatCACE, WatPD and EDGE.
Human Resources (Marilyn Thompson)
The Associate Provost, Human Resources (APHR) oversees the administration and long-term planning of all human resources, organizational and human development, and compensation activities and programs across the University. The APHR provides vision for university-wide initiatives and human resources leadership in service to UWaterloo's mission and plays a key role in strategic planning and decisions that will enable success through people.
Institutional Data, Analysis and Planning (Allan Starr)
Provides strategic oversight to a team of institutional research professionals in the provision of information and analysis to senior leadership of the University that informs decision-making, priority-setting, long-range planning, and policy development. Current Chair of the U15 Data Exchange, and Senior Member of the COU’s Council on University Planning & Analysis (CUPA).
Resources (Beth Jewkes)
Assists the Vice-President Academic and Provost with administrative and policy issues regarding academic and student affairs. She also works with the Relations Committees and provides liaison with student leaders and with the Federated and Affiliated Colleges. A major area of responsibility is the management of academic support departments: Academic Integrity Office and Space Utilization and Planning.
Students (Chris Read)
Responsible for the direction of Student Services, including Health Services, Counselling Services, the Student Success Office, Housing, Retail Services, Food Services, and Athletics and Recreational Services.
Chief Information Officer
Information Systems and Technology (Bruce Campbell)
Library (Beth Namachchivaya)
Office of the Registrar (Catherine Newell Kelly)