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Mount St. Joseph University Announces New Associate Provost

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By: London Bishop

File Under: academic affairs, associate provost for academic support

MOUNT ST. JOSEPH UNIVERSITY NEWS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


CINCINNATI, Ohio (April 3, 2019) -- Mount St. Joseph University is proud to announce Heather Crabbe, J.D., as the new Associate Provost for Academic Support, effective April 2, 2019.

As Associate Provost for Academic Support (APAS), Heather will provide leadership for the Academic Support offices: the Academic Advising Resource Center, the Career & Experiential Education Center, the Learning Center, the Library, Project EXCEL, and the Registrar’s Office.

She will also work closely with the Provost and the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs on development of new programs, maintenance of regional accreditation, course scheduling, budgeting, and many other critical functions of the Provost’s Office.

Ms. Crabbe earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management and Economics from Western Kentucky University in 2004 and a Juris Doctor from Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2007. In 2017 she was a recipient of the On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyers Award from the American Bar Association. She previously served as the assistant dean of students at Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

About the Mount
As a Catholic institution rooted in the values of the Sisters of Charity, Mount St. Joseph University excels at serving the common good. Undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students at the Mount are inspired to think beyond the classroom and redraw the bounds of what’s possible for their futures. This is accomplished through individualized educational experiences, a safe, secure campus environment and an all-in commitment from faculty and staff to seeing students reach their highest potential. The Mount fosters life-long learners who serve, care, and contribute to the world beyond their front doors.