As Marymount California University’s Chief Academic Officer, the Provost represents the President in his absence. She also bears responsibility for the quality of academic programs and all new program development.
The Provost’s areas of responsibility include:
- Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
- Center for Real World Learning
- Educational Technology
Dr. Schauer is the chief architect of Marymount’s academic transformation from a two-year college to a university offering bachelor’s and graduate programs.
She brings significant experience in program development, accreditation, faculty development, governance, curriculum and assessment. Under her leadership, Marymount has developed new degree programs and adopted new technologies, student services and faculty-mentored research in every degree program.
Dr. Schauer is MCU’s Chief Academic Officer, with responsibility for all undergraduate and graduate academic programs, program development, faculty, library, educational technology and assessment.
Dr. Schauer is the institution’s accreditation liaison officer and also provides oversight and leadership to the Student Affairs division, including advising, learning support and career services.
Dr. Schauer earned a Ph.D. in Economics from UCLA and holds the rank of Professor of Economics. Dr. Schauer is a regular presenter at WSCUC conferences and serves as a WSCUC reviewer.
Assistant to the Provost
(appointments with the Provost)