ACADEMIC HUMAN RESOURCES | EDITH REED (ASSISTANT VICE PROVOST)
The Academic Human Resources (AHR) Office, a division of the Office of Human Resources and the Provost Office, serves as a central resource to campus constituents on aspects of the academic personnel lifecycle, to include postings, recruitment, relocation, appointments, retentions, and equity adjustments.
DIVISION OF ACADEMIC PLANNING AND POLICY | DR. PRANESH ASWATH (SENIOR VICE PROVOST)
Division of Academic Planning and Policy (APP) is committed to assisting departments, schools and colleges develop and implement new undergraduate and graduate programs. APP helps address issues related to accreditation and program reviews. Together with IER, the APP serves as the liaison between academic programs and UT System, THECB and SACS. APP is committed to helping academic programs navigate and follow internal and external policies and operating procedures.
OFFICE OF ACADEMIC RESOURCE PLANNING | SUSAN ELLIOTT (ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT)
The Office of Academic Resource Planning reports to the Chief Financial Officer while working closely with the provost and colleges/schools to provide high-level financial, administrative and strategic support.
CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES | DR. JASON SHELTON (DIRECTOR)
The Center for African American Studies’ mission is to cultivate an exceptional transdisciplinary experience through teaching, civic engagement, and community-based research focused on the diverse contextual conditions of African Americans. The Center’s purpose is to foster the development of student, faculty, and community capacity to create progressive solutions that address social problems.
DIVISION OF FACULTY AFFAIRS | DR. MINERVA CORDERO (VICE PROVOST)
The Division of Faculty Affairs is dedicated to supporting UTA faculty by acting as a dedicated liaison with the Office of Academic Affairs. Included as part of the DFA are faculty programs for mentoring, professional development, recruitment and retention, and the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence.
UTA FORT WORTH | MICHAEL WOLLMAN (ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR)
UTA Fort Worth offers accessible, affordable, high-quality bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, individual courses, and professional development opportunities in the heart of downtown Fort Worth.
OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND REPORTING | DR. REBECCA LEWIS (ASSISTANT VICE PROVOST)
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Reporting’s mission is to support assessment efforts across the university, prepare required reports and surveys, and coordinate accreditation efforts.
CENTER FOR MEXICAN AMERICAN STUDIES | DR. CHRISTIAN ZLOLNISKI (DIRECTOR)
The Center for Mexican American Studies promotes research and the recruitment, retention, and professional development of UTA faculty; serves as a bridge between UTA and the Latino community in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex; and administers a minor in Mexican American and Latina/o Studies.
CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON TEACHING AND LEARNING EXCELLENCE | DR. ANN M.L. CAVALLO (ASSISTANT VICE PROVOST AND DIRECTOR)
The Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence (CRTLE) supports all faculty and teaching assistants to achieve teaching excellence, advancing their students’ creativity, critical thinking, and logical reasoning through active inquiry-based, digital, and real-world learning experiences.
DIVISION OF STUDENT SUCCESS | DR. ASHLEY PURGASON (ASSOCIATE VICE PROVOST)
The Division of Student Success plans, implements and assesses student success initiatives. The Division serves as a home for academic resources, including the University Advising Center, Testing Services, New Student Courses, and the Learning Center which offers a wide variety of support activities such as tutoring, group study and mentoring programs. It is also home to the Bachelor of Science degree in University Studies.