The University of CentralFloridaDean, College of SciencesOrlando, FloridaTHE SEARCHThe University of Central Florida (UCF) invites applications forDean of the College of Sciences (COS). Home to over 1,900outstanding faculty, 12,300 full-time staff, and almost 72,000students, UCF is one of the largest and most dynamic universitiesin the nation. Nearly a quarter of UCF undergraduates are first intheir family to attend college, and nearly half of the students arefrom underrepresented groups. UCF was recently designated aHispanic-Serving Institution. UCF holds the CarnegieFoundation’s highest designation in two categories: very highresearch activity and community engagement.The College of Sciences (COS) is a unique combination of eightdepartments, two schools, and 11 centers and institutes, that spanthe natural and social sciences. As the largest college at UCF, theCOS includes 14,800 undergraduate and 990 graduate students, 62,000alumni, over 420 faculty, and over 160 full-time staff.UCF aspires to be one of the nation’s leading metropolitanresearch universities, one that is committed to the success ofstudents from all backgrounds; UCF seeks a Dean with the abilityand vision to advance these key aspects of the College’s mission.Reporting to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs,the new Dean will work with faculty and staff members to improvethe success of a diverse student body, continue the growth inquality and impact of research and scholarship, and lead thephilanthropic efforts of the College. The Dean will work closelywith administrators, faculty and students, alumni, and communitystakeholders to elevate the College’s profile and impact. The Deanwill also engage with other university leaders to advance UCF as apacesetter for higher education innovation, opportunity, andinclusive excellence.Isaacson, Miller is assisting UCF with this recruitment.Applications, nominations, and inquiries should be sent viawww.imsearch.com/7855.As an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, UCFencourages all qualified applicants to apply, including women,veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members oftraditionally underrepresented populations.As a Florida public university, UCF makes all applicationmaterials and selection procedures available to the public uponrequest.