Darlene Schott-Baer Ph.D., R.N.
interim vice provost for Graduate Education provides academic
leadership and vision in the advancement of graduate education through
the integrated process of strategic planning within Academic Affairs.
Dr. Schott-Baer serves as the administrative leader reporting to the provost
on the expansion of graduate academic programs; provides support and
direction in academic planning initiatives, while monitoring the quality
of graduate programs in a manner consistent with the University
The interim vice provost reports directly to the provost and is responsible for overseeing Graduate Study and Lifelong Learning. Graduate Study and Lifelong Learning is responsible for ensuring the highest standards, quality and integrity for graduate education at Oakland University.
Interim Vice Provost Schott-Baer joined Oakland University in 1989. She
received her doctorate in nursing from Wayne State University and her
research focuses on the caregiver experience. Prior to her serving as
the interim vice provost for Graduate Education, Dr. Schott-Baer
developed several master’s programs in nursing including the first
Doctor of Nursing Practice program in the State of Michigan. She holds
the rank of professor in the School of Nursing.
520 O'Dowd Hall
2200 N. Squirrel Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4401
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