Conflict Resolution & Advocacy

The Office of the Provost is home to conflict resolution and advocacy resources for our academic community.

Each of us has a duty to listen actively, speak up, and be responsive when others speak up. We live our values when we promptly report concerns, provide feedback, admit mistakes, and ask questions. 

If you see something that does not look or feel right, report the concern using the reporting matrix found on the Office of the Provost website.



Conflict Resolution and Advocacy Leadership

Kyla Ross is the assistant vice provost for academic advocacy and conflict resolution. She oversees student and faculty academic conflicts or issues, research and scholarly misconduct allegations, and other issues related to students and faculty. For example, Ross may be called upon to be a moderator of arrangements to resolve conflicts or as a go-between when communication has broken down between two parties.