Robert M. Klein, PhD
Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
Professor, Anatomy & Cell Biology
The University of Kansas Medical Center's Office of Academic and Student Affairs is headed by Robert M. Klein, Ph.D., the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs. Dr. Klein is the chief academic officer for the Medical Center academic community providing leadership and guidance for academic units in our three schools (Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions). The Office of Academic and Student Affairs team is dedicated to serving students, postdocs, faculty and other staff members, plus our International population in all those categories of the Medical Center in support of academic and research pursuits and our goal is to enable their success in supporting the academic mission of the university.
The Office of Academic and Student Affairs team includes:
The team helps units understand and comply with state, national and international standards. Academic and Student Affairs recognizes that the success of our KUMC academic units is critical in achieving KU's aspiration to be recognized as a top-tier public international research university and the mission of the Medical Center to serve Kansas through excellence in education, research, patient care and community engagement.
The Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs is the chief liaison to the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) for matters related to academic affairs for the University of Kansas Medical Center's (KUMC) academic community. The chief liaison:
Should you need additional information about any of our programs, you may contact Dr. Klein via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our office at 913-588-0146. In addition, because it is our desire to continue to improve our programs, any suggestions are welcome and may be transmitted to Dr. Klein via the same email address.