About Ann Landis
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Ann M. Landis, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dr. Ann Landis became Vice President of Academic Affairs at Thomas University in 2006 after serving in several other academic capacities at TU. Beginning her career at TU as an adjunct instructor for English Composition Courses, Landis was hired as full-time Assistant Professor of English in 1998, and has since served as Division Chair, Associate Dean and Dean of Arts and Sciences. Prior to coming to TU, she taught English at the secondary level in Virginia, and taught English and Humanities at Bluffton University in Ohio and at Florida State University.
As Vice President for Academic Affairs, Landis is responsible for the administration of eight divisions and 32 academic programs at Thomas University and at the school’s satellite campuses. Her primary responsibilities include the supervision of more than 100 faculty and academic staff, program growth and management, development of satellite, distance, and international programs, community academic partnerships, and operational matters relating to the academic mission.
Landis is a member of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society; the National Council of Teachers of English; the Nature Conservancy; and the Southern Poverty Law Center. She also serves on the Thomas University Business Advisory Board; the TU Clinical Laboratory Science Advisory Board; the EXCEL Mentoring Program Board; the TU Nursing Advisory Board; and the TU Social Work Advisory Council.
She holds a Ph.D. in Humanities from Florida State University; an MA in English from James Madison University; and a BA in English and Education from Eastern Mennonite University.