Provost may refer to:

  • Provost (name), a surname shared by several notable people
  • Provost (education), an academic administrator
  • Provost (civil), an officer of local government, including the equivalent of a mayor in Scotland
  • Lord Provost, the equivalent of a lord mayor in Scotland
  • Provost (martial arts), a ranking that was second only to master in Renaissance England
  • Provost (religion), a high ranking church official
  • Prince-Provost, a high ranking church official

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Lawrence G. Abele
... academic in the Department of Biological Science and is the current Provost at Florida State University ... at FSU, and he was appointed to the Provost position in 1994 ... for graduate studies, chairperson, dean and now provost ...
Spier's School - Natural History - North Ayrshire Council
... In August 2012 Elma Murray, NAC Chief Executive Joan Sturgeon, Provost Robert Barr, Deputy provost and local councillors visited Spier's in recognition of the ... A copper beech tree was planted by the provost to commemorate the visit ...
Provost, Virginia
... Provost is an unincorporated community in Powhatan County, Virginia, United States ... This area encompasses the 2,200 acres (8.9 km2) of Belmead Plantation ...
Court Of Civil Jurisdiction - Commencing Cases
... it with the judge-advocate, the judge-advocate would issue a warrant to the Provost-Marshal stating the substance of the complaint ... The provost-marshall would then summon the defendant to appear before the court ... If the amount in dispute exceeded £10, the provost-marshall was directed to bring the defendant personally into Court ...
Charles Custis Harrison - Provost
... urging of his colleagues, he became the Provost of the University ... His years as Provost, 1894-1910, were a time of expansive growth for the University of Pennsylvania, especially in the number of buildings added to the campus ...