Provost's Task Forces & Working Groups

Current Task Forces & Working Groups


Graduate Education Task Force

This group of faculty members and graduate students will explore and recommend strategic solutions for enhancing graduate education at UT Austin.


Task Force on the Future of the UT Libraries

The task force, composed of faculty members, students, and staff members from across campus, has been charged to make recommendations about how our valuable library resources can best be aligned to meet the needs of our faculty, staff, and students.


Non-Tenure Track Task Force

Non-tenure and tenured faculty from each of the colleges and schools are working to develop recommendations for guidelines that address current issues and future changes that need to be made for faculty holding non-tenure positions.

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First-Generation Commitment Working Group

The First-Generation Commitment Working Group consists of faculty, staff, students, and units across campus who will identify and find solutions to increase campus-wide support for first-generation Longhorns.

Completed Task Forces & Working Groups

Below are task forces and working groups that have completed their full scope of work and have submitted a final report. 


College to Career Governing Committee

The College to Career Governing Committee was an advisory body to the senior vice provost for enrollment management. The committee provided guidance on the implementation of recommendations from the College to Career Task Force.

College to Career Task Force

The College to Career Task Force reviewed the support and resources that the university provides to students to help them achieve the skills, experiences, and co-curricular knowledge needed to prepare for life after graduation.

Global Engagement Task Force

Faculty members from across campus made recommendations for the development of global engagement strategies to ensure that UT Austin is maximizing its global opportunities and impact.

Experiential Learning Faculty Working Group

The Experiential Learning Faculty Working Group explored questions about how faculty and academic units should be supported in developing, scaling, and integrating experiential learning.

Strategic Enrollment Management Faculty Working Group

The Strategic Enrollment Management Faculty Working Group developed and assessed options for the provost’s office regarding general principles to guide admissions and financial aid at UT Austin, in line with the core purpose and values of the university.