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Marc Roy


Dorsey Center 204


Marc Roy has served Goucher College as the provost and chief academic officer since 2007; he is also a tenured professor of biology. He provides leadership for the academic division of the college, which includes the faculty and curriculum, the Registrar's Office, the library, the Welch Center for Graduate and Professional Education, and the Office of International Studies.

Dr. Roy previously served as the vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Coe College. Before becoming a chief academic officer, Dr. Roy was a professor of biology at Beloit College. He also served as the associate dean of the college for four years. Dr. Roy earned his B.A. with a major in biology from Lawrence University and his Ph.D. in neurosciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Dr. Roy serves on the board of directors of the American Conference of Academic Deans and is the vice chair. He has been a member of Middle States visiting teams for accreditation. He previously was a member of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest Executive Committee of Deans (2004-2007) and was the chair of the committee from 2005 to 2006. Dr. Roy also has served in leadership positions with the Association of College and University Biology Educators. He is a member of the Baltimore County STEM Alliance advisory board.

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