(Oct. 19, 2018) -- UTSA Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Kimberly Andrews Espy today announced that Lisa Montoya has been named vice provost for international initiatives effective November 1, 2018. Montoya has served as interim vice provost since April 1.
“International engagement is a critical component of both UTSA’s student success and research excellence destinations”, said Espy. “Dr. Montoya has done an exceptional job of leading this area during the transition and I am delighted she will continue to serve as our chief international officer connecting our students and faculty across the globe.”
As vice provost, Montoya oversees the Office of International Programs, which includes international partnerships, admissions/recruitment, education abroad, international scholar, and international teaching assistant training services, as well as institutes that engage with our communities to advance international perspectives. She has worked at UTSA since 2005 and over the years have served as the College of Business associate dean for undergraduate programs, for professional development, and for international initiatives.
Additionally, one vice provost position will be eliminated from Academic Affairs organizational structure, with Heather Shipley taking on added responsibility as Senior Vice Provost for the divisional activities geared to advance faculty success (faculty review, training/development, and awards), in addition to her responsibility for undergraduate academic support, classroom to career programs and University College.
“As a part of UTSA’s continuous improvement efforts to reach our goal of an exemplar institution, these changes will increase service efficiency, reduce administrative bureaucracy, and re-integrate faculty and academic support functions to advance Academic Affairs,” said Espy.
The Adobe Creative Campus Kickoff will introduce students to Adobe software and how they can use it to both produce professional content for their courses as well as how they can create content for their side hustle. The hour-long session will teach you how to gain FREE access to downloadable software such as Photoshop and Illustrator as well as web-based programs such as Adobe Spark. Want to learn more? Contact William.Schaefer@utsa.edu.Virtual Event
This event has been revised into a two part event. This event will be held virtually while a follow-up event on-campus will be scheduled sometime after Feb. 6th. Please follow our RowdyLink page for information on the next event.Virtual Event
Come and meet your First-Year Experience (FYE) UPM Peer Mentor! As a first-year student at UTSA, you will be meeting with a peer mentor in your Academic Studies area. Your peer mentor is here to support and guide you academically and socially, as you navigate your first year of college. Your UPM Peer Mentor will be emailing you a unique Zoom link to their UPM Meet & Greet!Virtual Event
The UTSA Zoom license will provision your UTSA email account with a Higher ED Pro Zoom account that comes with multiple features. Join us as we review these features. including best practices, for using this software for education and think about the best way to use it in, for, and with our digital classrooms.Virtual Event
A restorative justice virtual conversation to process thoughts and emotions as our community continues to navigate the impacts of Covid-19.Virtual Event
Join us for our Spring 2022 virtual get-together where you can meet the Student Success Team, Faculty, and Peer Mentors in the College for Health, Community and Policy (HCaP). This will be a great opportunity to get connected to the HCaP community and meet other HCaP students. Plus, you get to learn about services offered through the new HCaP Student Success Center.Virtual Event
Art of Wellbeing is back for Roadrunner Days. This months focus is on vision board making, set your vision for the semester by creating a visual representation of your goals.Recreation Wellness Center, 1.806, Main Campus
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