University Advisory Board
Vice-Rector for Industry Relations, RWTH Aachen University
Robert L. Caret
Chancellor, The University System of Maryland
Dr. Robert L. Caret assumed the Chancellorship of the University System of Maryland (USM) on July 1, 2015. Prior to that, he served as President of the 5-campus University of Massachusetts system since January 2011. Dr. Caret served as President of Towson University (2003-2011) and San Jose State University (1995-2003), successfully presiding over periods of significant growth at both universities. Prior to his presidencies, he served as a faculty member, dean, executive vice president, and provost at Towson. As president of the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Caret established himself as a spokesperson on the pressing issues of college affordability and student debt, calling for Massachusetts and states across the nation to rededicate themselves to their public universities. In addition, he served on the boards of several organizations, including the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, the Governor's STEM Advisory Council, and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center. Nationally, Caret serves on the American Council on Education and National Association of System Heads boards. He also is a member of the National Security Higher Education Advisory Board and the Government University Industry Research Roundtable. Caret holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of New Hampshire and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Suffolk University in Boston.
Alan M. Garber
Provost, Harvard University
Robert M. Groves
Provost, Georgetown University
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Australian National University
President, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Catherine P. Koshland
Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Wood-Calvert Professor in Engineering
Chancellor, The University of Texas System
Robert F. Mudde
Vice-President Education / Vice-Rector Magnificus, Delft University of Technology
Robert Mudde, Dr., is Vice-President Education / Vice-Rector Magnificus at TU Delft since March 2018. His area of research is Multiphase Flows & Transport Phenomena, for which he wrote several books both for BSc students and for practitioners in the field. He has been Director of Education of the faculty of Applied Sciences for about 10 years and has been chair of the Board of Directors at TU Delft. He has acted as Director of the Teaching Lab at Delft and as Director of the Teaching Academy of TU Delft.
In January 2016 he was appointed as the first Distinguished Professor of Science Education at TU Delft.