• Clark Joins KCU as Executive Director for Assessment and Accreditation

    Clark Adrian

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 8, 2014) –Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) announced today that Adrian R. Clark, MBA, has joined the University as executive director of assessment and accreditation.

    Clark will be responsible for ensuring the University’s achievement of and compliance with the expectations and protocols of regulatory agencies, and accreditation and governing bodies, such as the American Osteopathic Association, Higher Learning Commission and Department of Education.

    “The scope of responsibility for this position is broad and critical to the success of our University,” said Bruce D. Dubin, DO, JD, KCU executive vice president for academic affairs, provost and dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine. “Adrian’s broad professional experience makes him well-suited to set and monitor metrics for maintaining compliance with accreditation agencies, and facilitate the development and production of institutional policies and procedures.”

    Clark recently relocated to Kansas City from Denver, Colo., where he served as executive director for institutional planning and assessment for Rocky Vista University. Prior to that, he had been the chief executive officer for New School of Architecture and Design in San Diego, Calif., and Berks Technical Institute in Wyomissing, Pa.

    He is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a bachelor of arts in personnel administration as well as speech communications and human relations. He earned a master of business administration from the University of Denver.


    About KCUMB
    Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, founded in 1916, is a fully accredited, private university, with a College of Biosciences and a College of Osteopathic Medicine.  The College of Osteopathic Medicine is the oldest medical school in Kansas City, Mo., and the largest in the state. It is the second-largest provider of physicians within the states of Missouri and Kansas, with 72 percent practicing in a primary care specialty in Missouri and 69 percent in Kansas.

    Posted: 04/09/2014

    Category: General