Vice President of Academic Quality
University of Maryland Global Campus
Christopher Davis, vice president of academic quality at the University of Maryland Global Campus, began his career in higher education as an adjunct faculty member at Baker College in Michigan in 1997. He went on to serve as dean of computer science and technology, system director of effective teaching and learning, and director of assessment.
He then served as vice provost of institutional effectiveness at National Louis University in Chicago; vice provost at Colorado Technical University; and vice president for institutional effectiveness, provost, and ultimately president of Western International University in Arizona during the teach-out of the university until it closed in March 2019.
Davis received an undergraduate degree in sociology and a Ph.D. in urban, technological, and environmental planning from the University of Michigan. He also holds an M.S. in higher education leadership from Capella University (MN), an M.S. in psychology from Walden University (MN), and an MBA in IT management and accounting from Western International University.