UF Provost Joe Glover announces transition
Following a UF-record 15 years as provost, Joe Glover, Ph.D., has decided to relinquish that position at the end of July. Fifteen years is a long time to serve as provost — the tenure of the average provost hovers around four years nationally. But it has been a remarkable 15 years in the university’s history.
Glover will continue to serve the interests of the university as senior advisor to future President Sasse with a variety of focus areas and responsibilities in his new portfolio.