AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Norman Godwin, associate dean for academic affairs in the Harbert College of Business, will chair a search committee to identify Auburn University’s new associate provost and vice president for student affairs.
The position becomes vacant July 26 when Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry, who came to Auburn in June 2009, departs for the University of Southern California. Auburn President Jay Gogue has appointed Jon Waggoner to serve as interim vice president for student affairs while the national search is conducted.
“Jon will use his student leadership experience and business acumen to ensure we have a seamless transition,” said Gogue.
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Ainsley Carry, Auburn University’s vice president for student affairs, will join the University of Southern California on Aug. 1.
Carry began his Auburn tenure in June 2009. At USC, he will serve as vice provost for student affairs.
“It has been a pleasure serving the Auburn community,” said Carry. “I appreciate the support I received from Auburn students, parents and colleagues, and I will miss the spirit of Auburn. My family and I thank Auburn for her support and all the great memories.”
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Kimberly Frazier has been named the assistant vice president for student affairs at Auburn University. In her new role, Frazier will oversee Student Counseling Services, Campus Recreation, Health Promotion and Wellness Services and the Medical Clinic.
With more than 20 years of higher education experience in academic and student affairs, Frazier has worked with residence life and student activities, specifically, in leadership, orientation, Greek life, student media and multicultural affairs. In her previous roles, she has collaborated with others in a range of programs including health promotion and wellness, student recreation, counseling, disability and community service and enrollment management.
AUBURN – After a national search, Auburn University President Jay Gogue has announced that Ainsley Carry has been named Vice President for Student Affairs. Carry comes to Auburn from Temple University, where he served as associate vice president for student affairs and dean of students.
“We are excited to welcome Dr. Carry to the Auburn family as he brings with him a demonstrated passion for working with students and student programs as well as developing student leaders,” said Auburn University President Jay Gogue. “His tenure as an administrator at other Southeastern Conference institutions combined with his experience in the area of strategic planning will prove invaluable for leading Auburn’s division of student affairs.”
Carry, who will begin his new position June 15, has an extensive background in student affairs and is a strong advocate for student leadership and personal development.