New appointments in the office of Yale Provost Susan Hockfield, Ph.D., leave science and the medical side of campus well-represented in the upper echelons of the university.

Andrew D. Hamilton, Ph.D., the Irénee duPont Professor of Chemistry and professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry, has been named the deputy provost for science and technology. Bruce F. Carmichael, M.S.N., Sc.D., former associate dean for resources and management at the School of Nursing and former executive director for major projects and facilities at the School of Medicine, is the new interim assistant provost for science and technology. Barbara A. Shailor, Ph.D., director of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, has been named deputy provost for the arts.

Hamilton’s area of focus includes the Faculty of Arts and Sciences departments in the natural sciences.

Carmichael will oversee the natural science and engineering departments. At the School of Medicine his major task was to oversee the initial stages of construction at the new Anlyan Center for Medical Research and Education.

Shailor will help to shape and implement policies for the Schools of Art, Architecture, Drama, Music and Divinity; the Institute of Sacred Music; the Departments of History of Art, Classics and Music; the Yale University Art Gallery; and the Center for British Art.