Emily D. Sallee

Associate Provost and Professor of English

Emily D. Sallee, Ph.D., is associate provost and a professor of English at Park University. Sallee joined the University as a faculty member in 2005 and was appointed associate provost in 2016.

Sallee has held a variety of leadership positions at the University, including Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chair of the Department of English and Modern Languages, Program Coordinator for First-Year Writing, and Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

As associate provost, Sallee leads initiatives aimed at supporting and recognizing faculty accomplishments in teaching, scholarship, and service. These initiatives include faculty orientation and mentoring, professional development for full-time and adjunct faculty, and faculty-related policies and procedures. Sallee also serves as the University’s Higher Learning Commission accreditation liaison officer.

Prior to arriving at Park, Sallee worked in the writing across the curriculum program at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Ks., where she also taught courses in first-year writing and technical communication. She earned a Ph.D. in rhetoric and writing and Master of Arts in language and literature from the University of Kansas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and secondary education from William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo.

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  • Associate Provost and Professor of English

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