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The asker has declined this answer Comment: I think this has another equivalent in Spanish
Explanation: In the U.S. I have often heard Dean used. Dean of Students, Dean of Teaching and Learning, etc. There are Associate Deans as well. In Spain there is a Vicerrector de Alumnos, and in my university in the States we had a Dean of Students, as well as several associate Deans. A quick search of the internet for "Dean of Students" or some of the other titles. Google gave quite a few responses. See also the internet reference below.
www.asbury.edu/administration/development/index.cfm follow the links and you'll find several examples
BJD United States Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 4
because Dean has another equivalent in Spain (decano)
Committee Members: Professor Yves Citton, Department of French and Italian; Professor Joe Grabowski, Department of Chemistry; Joao Barroso, Graduate Student in Sociology; Katherine Dimitroff, Graduate Student in History of Art and Architecture; Robert S. Walters, Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies, FAS
Explanation: In universities in which the Faculties or Colleges are goverened by Deans (Dean of Medicine, Dean of Law), the Dean (Decano) does not have the centralized functions associated with the RECTORADO.
Years studying in American, British and Spanish university systems.
Parrot Spain Local time: 02:31 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 7645