As Vice Provost for Academic & Faculty Affairs at William & Mary, Ann Marie Stock is responsible for university-wide program initiation and review, faculty mentoring and development, and a range of initiatives designed to enhance teaching and learning at the institution. She oversees the William & Mary Washington Center, Office of Institutional Accreditation & Effectiveness, Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation, and the newly formed Cultural Heritage Cluster, which includes the Muscarelle Museum of Art, Historic Campus, the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, and James Monroe's Highland. Vice Provost Stock also serves as the Provost's liaison to Corporate & Foundation Relations for major institutional grant proposals.
An exceptionally active and deeply engaged academic leader at William & Mary, Dr. Stock has contributed to university-wide priorities of internationalization, interdisciplinary inquiry and faculty-student research. She has directed three academic programs (Hispanic Studies, Film and Media Studies, and Latin American Studies), served as Associate and then Acting Dean of International Affairs in the Reves Center for International Studies, and was selected as the inaugural W&M Libraries Faculty Scholar where she led the creation of an open access digital humanities repository devoted to Cuban cinema. Dr. Stock's efforts have been recognized in her nomination for the SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award, and her selection as recipient of the Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
A specialist on Cuban culture, Dr. Stock has authored and edited numerous publications including On Location in Cuba: Street Filmmaking during Times of Transition (UNC Press, 2009) and World Film Locations: Havana (Intellect, 2014), as well as more than 100 articles and chapters. As the founding director of the non-profit Cuban Cinema Classics, she makes widely available subtitled Cuban documentaries. She has partnered with W&M University Libraries to develop the Cuba Media Project, an Open Access Resource that models innovative digital humanities practice. She frequently consults with governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations, and shares her expertise with such media outlets as NBC, ABC, Virginia Public Radio and the New York Times.
Dr. Stock, who received a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, an M.A. from Purdue University and a B.A. from Hamline University, has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards including a Fulbright Research-Lecture Award to Costa Rica, a Rockefeller Fellowship in Museum Studies at the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives, and grants from the MacArthur Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, and Social Science Research Council.