Special Assistant to the Chancellor - John Stalvey
Special Assistant to the Chancellor
Office of the Chancellor
Dr. John Stalvey became the Special Assistant to the Chancellor in July 2020. Before this position he served as the interim Provost and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. John Stalvey came to UAA from Kent State University where he served as an associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences since 2003. In this position he was primarily responsible for graduate affairs, faculty affairs and budget.
In addition to his college-level leadership, Dr. Stalvey has served as department administrator for computer science, as assistant chair for the Department of Biological Sciences and as coordinator of graduate studies for the department. A faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences, Stalvey has conducted research in the fields of endocrinology and genetics since 1987 and has published broadly on his work. He’s secured external, competitive funding for his own research and for STEM education over the years, resulting in more than $4 million in funding.
A graduate of Williams College, Stalvey also earned a M.S. in physiology and a Ph.D. in physiology and biophysics from the University of Southern California.