Vice Provost, Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies
Randy Bouldin, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies, holds the B.A. degree from Lipscomb University, the M.S. degree from The University of Tennessee/Knoxville, and the Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Bouldin is an Associate Professor of Mathematics teaching undergraduate Mathematics and graduate Math Education courses. He has been at Lipscomb University since 1986 and was appointed Associate Provost in 2007. He is a member of the Tennessee Conference of Graduate Schools, the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools, the Council of Graduate Schools, the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers' Association and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Bouldin works closely with the Provost and College Deans to manage the academic and administrative policies and practices associated with curriculum and instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate levels including undergraduate general education and the development of all new academic programs for the university. In addition, Bouldin chairs the Graduate Academic Leadership Team (GALT), and he oversees the work of the Beaman Library, Adult Learning, Lifelong Learning and the Registrar’s office. He also serves as the faculty advisor for the university’s yearbook, Backlog. Bouldin has been the recipient of Lipscomb’s Outstanding Teaching Award as well as a summer academic development grant. Bouldin served as the faculty representative on the Reaffirmation Leadership Team for Lipscomb’s most recent SACS reaccreditation process where he led the development of Lipscomb’s service-learning program, SALT (Serving and Learning Together).
Assoc Provost for Graduate Studies (Ezell Center 120C)
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