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Provost 101: What is a Provost?

The provost is the chief academic officer at a university. In this position, the provost works closely with the president, vice presidents, deans, vice provosts, faculty and students to advance the mission and strategic priorities of the university.

Who is Temple’s Provost?

Temple University’s provost, Gregory N. Mandel, has an enduring connection with Temple University and the larger Philadelphia community. In addition to his role as provost and senior vice president, he is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Law and a prominent scholar on intellectual property law, innovation, and the intersection of law and technology.

Provost Mandel’s Priorities

Provost Mandel is advancing the university’s priorities. Learn more about these initiatives.