The Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs provides leadership for University-wide academic programs, promotes curricular innovation, and facilitates the collaboration of Boston University’s 16 schools and colleges to strengthen the undergraduate experience. The office works closely with students applying for prestigious national scholarships, offering information, support and guidance; awards student scholarships and prizes for academic achievement; and confers faculty awards for excellence in teaching.
Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux
Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs Elizabeth Loizeaux provides leadership on a host of core academic efforts—from innovative curriculum development to creative uses of educational technology and honors programming—working closely with Boston University’s 16 schools and colleges to promote collaboration and strengthen the undergraduate experience. Learn more about the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs.
Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs Sue Kennedy works closely with the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs on issues such as the formulation and review of academic policies, review of curricula, and development of University-wide practices and procedures. Learn more about the Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs.
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You may reach us by telephone at: (617) 353-2230.
Scholarships & Awards
Curricula, Teaching & Learning
- Council on Educational Technology & Learning Innovation (CETLI)
- Digital Learning Initiative (DLI)
- Center for Excellence & Innovation in Teaching (CEIT)
- Task Force on General Education
- Teaching Excellence Awards
- Interdisciplinary Course Development Grants
- eCAP (Electronic Curriculum Approval Process)
Kilachand Honors College
The mission of the Kilachand Honors College is to create and realize a contemporary vision of the liberal arts. Read more.
Program Learning Outcomes Assessment
Providing faculty a means to ask a fundamental question about the programs they design and teach. Read more.