Vice Provost for Resource Planning and Management
As Vice Provost for Resource Planning and Management, Dr. Frank Goldberg leads in the planning and allocating of campus resources related to finances, space and physical planning, and informational data reporting and analysis to support the academic enterprise.
Prior to his appointment as Vice Provost, Dr. Goldberg taught economics at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater and at Roosevelt University in Chicago. He served in administrative capacities at Northwestern University, where he was assistant dean of the graduate school; at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, where he was director of institutional research and later director of budgets and institutional research; at the University of Memphis, where he was the university’s chief budget and planning officer; and—most recently--at the University of Wisconsin System, where he was responsible for policy analysis and research for the 15 campus system. He received his bachelor’s degree in economics from the City College of New York and his master’s and doctorate in labor and industrial relations from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Dr. Goldberg is a member of the Association for Institutional Research and the Society for College and University Planning and has presented papers on student performance and retention.