Dr. Ross Alexander
Dr. Ross Alexander currently serves as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost for University of North Alabama. Prior to that, he was the Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences for three years, and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies for three years at Indiana University-East, where he was also a Professor of Political Science. Previously, he served as Department Head of Political Science and Criminal Justice at the University of North Georgia, where he also was an Associate Professor of Political Science. At North Georgia, Dr. Alexander won several teaching and advising awards. A university professor since 1999, Dr. Alexander has taught myriad classes at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the fields of public administration, American politics, and political theory. At North Georgia, Dr. Alexander routinely taught Leadership and Organizational Theory, Public Budgeting, Public Personnel Administration, Political Leadership, and State and Local Government in the MPA program. He possesses a Ph.D. in Political Science with emphases in public administration, American politics, and political theory from Northern Illinois University in addition to an MPA from Arizona State University. He has written several book chapters, peer reviewed journal articles, and a book on various topics in public administration and American politics.