Monique L. Snowden, PhD, Provost & Senior Vice President, serves as Fielding’s chief academic officer, working with the president to oversee academic policies and activities university-wide. The Office of the Provost aims to support Fielding’s academic mission by:

Fostering coordination and collaboration across the University and removing barriers to success. The Office of the Provost leads efforts to facilitate close collaboration among the diverse components of the University, fostering both efficiency and innovation throughout.

Promoting a culture of experimentation in learning, teaching and research across the University. The Office of the Provost encourages students, faculty and staff to take risks in the pursuit of new approaches and new insights. By doing so, we cultivate resilience, flexibility, and resourcefulness, and strengthen a culture that nurtures ambitious innovation.

Ensuring that the University has the intellectual, administrative, and material resources needed to support its academic mission. The Office of the Provost works closely with the University’s leadership and the wider Fielding community to ensure that the University sustains a position of financial strength that supports its ongoing academic success.

Fielding Forward

Fielding offers a viable model for adults who are embedded in the demands of life to pursue rigorous transformative graduate study while continuing to honor those life commitments. In this economically challenging time, this is what people desperately need: a pathway to personal and professional growth. Fielding has found a way, arguably the best way, to provide graduate and doctoral education to adults in the tumultuous new environment facing higher education. Our commitment to social justice informed by the necessary self-examination demanded by our transformational learning process will assure Fielding’s continuing success and relevance.

Faculty Spotlight

Daniel Sewell, PhD

Dr. Daniel Sewell brings over 25 years of widely varied academic, administrative, research, and practitioner experience to his work on the Media Psychology faculty at Fielding.