Rose Razaghian is the Dean of Academic Planning and Governance in the Arts and Sciences. Dr. Razaghian works closely with faculty and senior leadership on governance and policy developments; oversees and manages Arts and Sciences’ space and facilities planning; diversity, equity and inclusion efforts and initiatives; data, reporting, and analysis; and faculty housing. Throughout her work and the portfolio she manages, Dr. Razaghian strives to support the university’s core mission of research and teaching. She is committed to robust engagement on planning efforts with faculty, staff and senior administrators across the university; evidence-based decision-making; effective communication; and the principles of diversity and equity. Dr. Razaghian received her Ph.D. in Political Science with a concentration in Statistics from Columbia University and B.A. in Economics and Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She was on the faculty of Yale University’s Political Science Department before returning to her alma mater, where she has held several senior administrative roles in the Arts and Sciences and Columbia College. Dr. Razaghian has been teaching throughout her career, most recently in the Africana Studies Department at Barnard College.