Assistant Provost for Academic Effectiveness
(404) 385-2552

As Assistant Provost for Academic Effectiveness at Georgia Tech, Dr. Reneau provides leadership and oversight of the Institute’s academic assessment processes and those related to the deployment, analyses, and reporting of key Institute-level surveys. In his role, Dr. Reneau also provides support for academic effectiveness and accountability initiatives and chairs the Institute Assessment Council (IAC), a body charged with the responsibility of developing and fostering a culture of continuous improvement across the Institute.

Reneau has more than a decade of successful, innovative higher education experience within the institutional effectiveness space, including experiences in college student retention efforts, academic advising, and program and project evaluation. Throughout his career, he has conducted numerous institutional accreditation self-study reviews and has supported many academic and non-academic programs in their re-accreditation preparation.

A native of Belize, Reneau is committed to student success and the use of data to inform higher education decision-making.  Dr. Reneau has a PhD in Higher Education Leadership from the University of New Orleans. 

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