On Sunday, Brad Cohen, Ohio University’s senior vice provost for instructional innovation and chief strategy and innovation officer for seven years, announced his intention to resign.
Cohen will officially resign on May 16.
In the news release, OU President Hugh Sherman said the university will announce a plan to transition before the end of the 2021-22 academic year.
“Under Brad’s leadership, Ohio University has made great strides in our efforts to rethink space, technology and instructional design to better support student learning and the work of faculty and staff,” Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs said in the release. “I will deeply miss Brad’s collaboration, and I am grateful to him for his hard work and dedication.”
In June 2022, Cohen will assume the role of chief academic officer at Top Hat.