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Learn about Jeffrey Riedinger, Vice Provost of Global Affairs


Jeffrey Riedinger has been named Vice Provost of the Office of Global Affairs, and assumes the role of Vice Provost of Global Affairs on September 1, 2013. Dr. Riedinger’s appointment was announced on February 19, 2013.

Riedinger has been Dean of International Studies and Programs at Michigan State University since 2007. His responsibilities included facilitating multidisciplinary research and project collaborations, formulating proposals for external funding and strategic partnerships to advance research, teaching, and engagement on critical global issues.

A native of Washington, Dr. Reidinger earned a Juris Doctorate from UW School of Law.

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