Interim Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs | Contact Ronnie
Dr. Ronnie D. Green began as interim Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln on July 1, 2015. He also continues to serve in the role to which he was appointed in July 2010 as the Harlan Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources of the University of Nebraska system.
Green earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in animal science from Virginia Tech and Colorado State University, respectively, and a doctorate in animal breeding and genetics jointly from UNL and the USDA-ARS U.S. Meat Animal Research Center.
Green was on faculty at Texas Tech University and Colorado State, and was the national program leader for animal production research for the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and executive secretary of the White House’s interagency working group on animal genomics within the National Science and Technology Council. In that role, he was a leader in the international bovine, porcine, and ovine genome sequencing projects.
He served as senior global director of technical services for Pfizer Animal Health’s animal genomics business from 2008 to 2010.
Dr. Green has published 130 refereed publications and abstracts, nine book chapters, and 56 invited symposia papers; and has delivered invited presentations in 43 U.S. states and 21 countries around the world. He is a past-president of both the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) and the National Block and Bridle Club, and has served in a number of leadership positions for the U.S. Beef Improvement Federation, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, National Pork Board, Federated Animal Science Societies, and the National Research Council. He was named a fellow of ASAS in 2014.
Amy leads university-wide student success and retention initiatives and oversees the Directors of the following units: Undergraduate Education (ACE general education, learning communities, and transfer credit), First Year Experience and Transition Programs, Career Services, the Honors Program, the William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community, The Exploratory and Pre-Professional Advising Center, and Undergraduate Research. She also coordinates the University Teaching Council and the Course and Laboratory Fees Committee.
Lance C. Pérez
Associate Vice Chancellor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Professor of Electrical Engineering | Contact Lance
Lance leads the academic knowledge management initiative (AKMI), academic program reviews and initiatives for faculty career development, excellence in STEM education, instructional technology, and classroom facilities improvements. Lance also serves as Dean of Graduate Studies.
Senior Advisor to the Chancellor, International Affairs; Interim Senior International Officer | Contact Thomas
Assistant Vice Chancellor | Contact Brad
Brad is responsible for the budget and fiscal affairs of the Office of Academic Affairs, including contracts and academic reporting. Brad leads the College Academic Business Officers (CABO) group.
Assistant Vice Chancellor | Contact Renee
Renee is responsible for the strategic development of processes, systems, and communication. She serves as the Senior Vice Chancellor's chief of staff.
Faculty Human Resources Specialist | Contact Jelena
Executive Assistant to Associate & Assistant Vice Chancellors | Contact Juanita
Application Support Specialist | Contact Keith
Project Specialist | Contact Nancy
Accountant | Contact Marcella
Executive Assistant to the Senior Vice Chancellor | Contact Ann
Institutional Retention and Assessment Research Analyst | Contact Venessa
Web Designer | Contact Keith
Manager, Business Operations & Financial Analysis | Contact Derek
Senior Researcher | Contact Mike
Project Specialist | Contact Suzi
Accountant II | Contact Orsolya