Vice Provost for International Programs
Mark Hoffman will serve as the Vice Provost for International Programs effective July 15, 2015. He previously served as a Professor and Associate Dean in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. Hoffman, an Exercise and Sport Sciences faculty member since 2000, has provided leadership for the college’s international education and student services efforts, including collaborations on campus-wide student success initiatives.
The Vice Provost for International Programs will play a key role in the development and implementation of programs that further the university’s internationalization goals. As Vice Provost, Mark will provide strategic direction for OSU’s internationalization efforts, coordinate relevant campus activities, facilitate integration of international students and scholars into OSU, support and expand education abroad opportunities for students and faculty, and oversee INTO Oregon State University academic programs and the OSU Office of International Admissions.
Hoffman is a certified athletic trainer with expertise in the human sensory and motor systems, and has focused his scholarship on understanding and preventing injuries of the lower extremity in active individuals. He has a Ph.D. in motor control with a minor in neuroscience from Indiana University, where he also earned a bachelor’s degree. He has a master’s from San Jose State University.
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