Incoming provost shares message

Closeup of Chris Riley-Tillman.
Chris Riley-Tillman

Incoming Provost and Executive Vice President T. Chris Riley-Tillman will coordinate with WSU’s deans to host college-wide meetings this fall.

Riley-Tillman shared his plans as well as his enthusiasm for the upcoming move to Pullman as part of a message to faculty system-wide Monday afternoon. His first day as provost is July 1.

“You can anticipate that I will be on a full-fledged listening tour over the fall semester,” Riley-Tillman wrote. “I am eager to engage with the university community to ensure I am building meaningful partnerships.”

More information about this fall’s college-wide meetings will be made public later this summer, with email invitations being sent out by the end of August.

The complete message is available to read on the provost’s website.

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