Welcoming Michael Bruno as provost

Sep 06, 2019 109

BY: Cassie Ordonio

There is no such thing as a normal day for Michael Bruno. His day includes back-to-back meetings with deans, faculty senate, student leaders and other university leadership. This is ontop of being a scuba instructor. Bruno juggles multiple responsibilities because he serves as provost at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, however, he doesn’t take all of the credit.

“I have a fantastic team,” Bruno said. “It really begins with that. We’re really lucky to have an amazing group of deans that oversee the various colleges. I have never worked with a more professional group of deans, and I’ve been in academia now for 33 years.”After serving as Vice Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs, Bruno began the provost position in April as a part of the university's reorganization called for new leadership. Under the new leadership structure, there is no chancellor for the college.

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SOURCE: http://www.manoanow.org

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