SRU alumna named vice provost, dean at UCF


Nov. 6, 2019

Theodorea Regina Berry, a 1985 Slippery Rock University graduate with a bachelor's degree in communication, was recently named vice provost for teaching and learning and dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Central Florida.

Berry, who is currently a professor and chair of the African American Studies Department at San Jose State, will join UCF Jan. 2, 2020. In her new role, Berry will lead UCF's new Division of Student Learning and Academic Success that will include the Office of Student Success, First Year Advising and Exploration, Transfer and Transition Services, Student Academic Resource Center and the Registrar's Office. The division will also include existing units, including Academic Advancement Programs, UCF Abroad Experiential Learning and Undergraduate Research.

With a total enrollment of more than 68,000 students, UCF is the largest public university in the U.S. by on-campus undergraduate enrollment.