Rebecca Porter, Ph.D., PT

Associate Vice-Chancellor, Student Services 

Executive Director, Division of Enrollment Management 

Associate Professor, Physical Therapy 

 

Rebecca Porter, Ph.D., PT joined the faculty of IUPUI in 1977.  She is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, and teaches courses on motor learning and control.  Porter holds administrative positions as Associate Vice-Chancellor of Student Services and Executive Director of the Division of Enrollment Management.  Her tenure in these positions has coincided with record-breaking enrollments at IUPUI, and Porter has worked diligently to ensure that student services and enrollment services meet the demand of an ever-increasing student body.  Porter is also a member of the Chancellor's Diversity Cabinet.

To begin the 2014-2015 school year, the Department of Enrollment Services was transformed into the Division of Enrollment Management to better meet the needs of IUPUI students.  Porter was tapped to lead the new division, which will comprise the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Diversity Access and Achievement, Registrar, Office for Veterans and Military Personnel, Student Financial Services, Student Scholarships, and IUPUI-Ivy Tech Office of Coordinated Programs. 

Porter's service to IUPUI includes terms as Vice-President and President of the IUPUI Faculty Council.  She has also served as Co-Secretary of the University Faculty Council.  While serving as President, Porter was involved in the planning for the campus-wide Task Force on the Status of Women.  She served as chair of the committee, whose work resulted in the formation of the IUPUI Office for Women.  Porter also helped to write a strategic initiatives grant that initially funded the new office.

Porter has received numerous awards, including the Frances Ekstam Outstanding Leadership Award of the Indiana Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Lucy Blair Service Award of the American Physical Therapy Association.

 

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