Executive Vice President and Provost
Professor, American Studies and Art History
Maurie McInnis is the university’s chief academic officer, responsible for academic programs dedicated to students and faculty, and is the leader of strategic planning for UT Austin’s academic future. She works closely with the deans and other academic unit leaders over libraries, museums, collections, and research centers.
Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Professor, Educational Psychology
Tasha Beretvas ensures the integrity, quality, and transparency of policies and procedures related to faculty. Her office manages faculty issues including promotion and tenure, advancement, professional development, family matters, and gender equity.
Senior Vice Provost for Global Engagement
Chief International Officer
Sonia Feigenbaum provides institutional leadership for advancing international strategy and global engagement that advance the profile, reputation, and mission of UT Austin. She leads strategic partnerships, collaborations, and oversees global services supporting students and faculty.
Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment Management
Rachelle Hernandez works to ensure a visible and strong commitment to the recruitment, enrollment, and success of students. She oversees the offices of admissions, financial aid, registrar, and enrollment analytics, as well as the Student Success Initiatives team.
Senior Vice Provost for Resource Management
Professor, LBJ School of Public Affairs
Larry Singell oversees development of academic budgets, strategic planning, academic facility and space utilization, renovations, and support for all capital projects. He is responsible for accreditation, assessment, and the Office of Institutional Reporting, Research, and Information Systems (IRRIS).
Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Dean of the Graduate School
Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
As the senior vice provost for academic affairs, Mark J. T. Smith develops and implements strategic policies and practices that will allow the university to define and pursue future academic priorities. He also serves as dean of the Graduate School.