Born on an Air Force base, Nancy has enjoyed traveling all her life. She has lived in Panama Canal Zone, and her most recent trip abroad was to Zambia. When she isn’t traveling, Nancy calls East Texas home and has family roots in Titus County. She and her husband have six children together and five grandchildren.
Prior to joining Texas A&M University-Texarkana as Associate Provost, Nancy worked at Abilene Christian University where she served as faculty member, department chair, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, and assistant provost for general education. As associate dean, Nancy supervised 17 departments and assisted in helping these departments complete their program reviews, outcomes assessment reports, departmental visiting committees, and specialized accreditation. As assistant provost, she led general education curriculum development and program review.
The Office of the Associate Provost promotes excellence in academics through its support of assessment, accreditation, and academic programs. The Office includes Honors and Institutional Data Management as well as new faculty orientation and mentoring, institutional effectiveness and assessment, and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools—Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) accreditation.
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INSTITUTIONAL DATA MANAGEMENT
IDM collects, analyzes, and reports data to offices and agencies that supports institutional decision-making, planning, effectiveness, reporting, assessment, and accreditation.
The Honors Program provides a community of exemplary scholars an enhanced and supportive learning environment responsible to the educational needs of both traditional and nontraditional students who are moved to pursue their education beyond typical course requirements.
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES OFFICE
ISO provides a global, international experiences for A&M-Texarkana students and faculty by offering opportunities for student exchange and study abroad programs, faculty exchange and collaborative research, and increased partnerships with international institutions.
Dr. Nancy Jordan
Mrs. Emily Newsome