Dr. Kelly Long is the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs. In that role, she provides institutional leadership regarding processes and initiatives involving undergraduate education. As VPUA, she collaborates with individuals and groups across campus on matters such as curriculum, student success, advising, teaching and learning, diversity and inclusion, admission and access. Dr. Long joined CSU’s Department of History in 1998 and later served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the College of Liberal Arts. She taught at the high school level for many years in the Poudre School District and has been actively involved in pre- and in-service educator development and curricular design. Her research and publication involves US-Asian relations, history education, and the Scholarship on Teaching and Learning. Dr. Long received her bachelor’s degree at Colorado State University and her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Dr. Long was a first generation undergraduate student.