Todd Sandrin

Vice Provost and Dean

Arizona State University, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Todd Sandrin serves as Vice Provost at ASU’s West campus and leads ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences as Dean. Since his appointment to these roles in 2017, ASU’s West campus has experienced vigorous rates of enrollment growth as well as remarkable student success outcomes. He has led multiple valley-wide collaborations, including work with a team of leaders and faculty from across ASU and MCCCD to secure $5M in funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support transfer student success in STEM disciplines. Prior to his service in his current roles, he coordinated efforts to build and launch several vigorously growing programs in ASU’s School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, including those in forensic science, cybersecurity, health-related fields, and environmental science. He also led efforts to create ASU New College’s unique undergraduate research program, NCUIRE, which provides students with real-world, practical experience beyond the classroom. He also teaches both advanced courses in microbiology and introductory courses such as ASU 101, STEM success, and introductory biology.