Cameron McCoy

Shenandoah University

Cameron J. McCoy, Ph.D. is Shenandoah University’s incoming Provost. There, he will serve as chief academic officer responsible for partnering and advocating for faculty, students and the SU community. His office will oversee all academic schools and departments, the library, Institutional Research and Assessment, the Learning and Writing Centers, and the Registrar’s Office.

Dr. McCoy completed his graduate studies at the University of Oklahoma, M.A. (Organization Leadership), Doctoral (Interdisciplinary), and his undergraduate degrees (History, Social Studies, and Architectural Studies) at Washington State University, cum laude, with Honors and Global certificates. His research interests combine economics and educational administration in evaluating university organizational economic engagement approaches. His recent work explores allocative inefficiency of boundary spanning functions in US higher education.

McCoy is a graduate of the Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership and served as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow at George Mason University and Southern New Hampshire University.

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