Ronald G. Ehrenberg served as Cornell’s Vice President for Academic Programs, Planning and Budgeting from July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1998.   In this role, he supervised the office of Institutional Planning and Research, the office of Statutory College Affairs, the office of Space Planning & Utilization, and the office of Academic Programs and Special Projects. He integrated academic planning across the colleges in Ithaca (with an emphasis on strengthening Cornell's social sciences) and between the Ithaca and Medical College campuses. He participated as one of four administrators in the central review of tenure and promotion decisions, one of four members of the Executive Budget Group which formulated budget policies, and as one of six members of the Capital Funding & Priorities Committee which approved all capital projects. He also supervised a number of academic units including the Cornell-in-Washington Program, the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, the Cornell Plantations (capital projects), the Cornell University Press, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and Cornell's Air Force, Army, and Navy ROTC units. He assisted the Provost in discussions with Academic Deans and the University Faculty Committee, and for the Provost served on the Library Board and chaired the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research Board. He worked with the Academic Affairs and Campus Life, the Building and Properties, the Executive, and the Land Grant and Statutory College Affairs committees of the Cornell Board of Trustees, as well as with various Trustee subcommittees and task forces.  Finally, he chaired Cornell's NCAA certification review.  The March 12, 1998 Cornell Chronicle article “Ehrenberg ruminates on his experiences in the administration summarizes a few of his major accomplishments as Vice-President and includes comments on his performance from administrative and faculty colleagues.