Completed initiatives, task forces, and working groups from the Provost Office.
This initiative extends collaborative research and scholarship through new faculty hires. Their interdisciplinary areas of knowledge span the boundaries of academic departments and disciplines.
Assessed the support and resources provided to students to help them achieve the skills, experiences, and co-curricular knowledge needed to for life after graduation.
The College to Career (CtC) Governing Committee was an advisory body to the senior vice provost for enrollment management. It completed its work and was retired on Aug. 31, 2019.
UT faculty and staff have demonstrated extraordinary creativity in their rapid innovation and transformation of hybrid and online instruction. In recognition of the impact of these efforts, we are announcing the COVID Transformational Online Instruction Contributions Awards.
Working group consisting of faculty from colleges, schools, and units across campus to explore questions about how faculty and academic units should be supported in developing, scaling, and integrating experiential learning.
A 3-year pilot program to support and develop experiential learning opportunities for undergraduates.
The task force, comprised of faculty members from a diverse array of academic disciplines, was charged with making recommendations to the President, Provost, executive leadership, and the IBA for the development of global engagement strategies.
A campus-wide task force, including non-tenure and tenured faculty from each of the colleges and schools. The task force developed recommendations for guidelines that address current issues and future changes that need to be made for faculty holding non-tenure positions.
The Strategic Enrollment Management Faculty Working Group (SEM Working Group) Working Group consisted of faculty from colleges, schools, and units across campus who considered principles that should guide a new undergraduate student enrollment management strategy in line with the core purpose and values of the university.
The Sustainable Open Scholarship working group was established to address the recommendations from the Task Force on the Future of UT Libraries and other impacts on the effectiveness of open scholarship at UT.
This task force was charged with developing a shared vision for how UT Libraries will support UT’s mission, to identify resources required to advance our mission, and to articulate realistic strategies to advance the higher education research ecosystem.