Office of the President

President’s Cabinet

Executive Vice President and Provost
Dr. Hobson Wildenthal

In his role as the chief academic officer for the university, the Provost serves as deputy to the President and is responsible for the formulation and implementation of educational policy. The Provost also has a significant role in fund raising and external relations for the university.

Photos, Hobson Wildenthal

Vice President for Administration
Dr. Calvin Jamison

The Office of the Vice President for Administration oversees facilities, buildings, parking, transportation, police, legal support services, real estate, environmental health and safety, and emergency management.

Photo, Calvin Jamison

Vice President for Budget and Finance
Terry Pankratz

The Office of Budget and Finance is responsible for all financial functions, including budget, finance, payroll, procurement, and expense reimbursement.

Photo, Terry Pankratz

Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Darrelene Rachavong

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs provides oversight for co-curricular and extra-curricular programs, services and support related to all aspects of campus life.

Photo, Darrelene Rachavong

Vice President for Research
Dr. Bruce Gnade

The Office of the Vice President for Research enhances UT Dallas’ research profile by anticipating new technology, potential collaboration partners and research opportunities for the university.

Photo, Bruce Gnade

Vice President for Public Affairs
Amanda Oneacre Rockow

The Office of Public Affairs is responsible for the coordination and oversight of the university’s government and community relations, with an emphasis on state legislative affairs.

Photo, Amanda Oneacre Rockow

Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
Dr. Aaron Conley

The Office of Development and Alumni Relations supports the university’s fundraising efforts, working closely with the university’s deans and program directors.

Aaron Conley

Vice President for Communications
Susan Rogers

The Office of Communications provides strategic leadership to meet the challenge of shaping the character, direction and underlying principles of institutional communications at UT Dallas and takes primary responsibility for organizing university-wide resources in the areas of communication and marketing, brand identity and positioning, internal and external communications, message content, media visibility/media relations, and crisis communication.

Photo, Susan Rogers

Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Dr. Andrew J. Blanchard

The mission of Information Resources is to provide the physical, personnel, and financial resources for information technologies that support students, faculty, and staff in accomplishing the research, instructional, and public service functions of the university with an emphasis on placing the university in the vanguard of research and technologically-oriented institutions.

Photo, Andrew J. Blanchard

Interim Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement
Dr. George Fair

The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement promotes the fulfillment of the UT Dallas commitment to embrace, enhance and celebrate diversity at all levels of the university through the efforts of faculty, staff, student and the executive leadership.  UT Dallas aspires to be a leader in leveraging diversity to reach the highest levels of excellence.

Photo, Magaly Spector

Updated: April 18, 2014