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Time is Money - New Hire Barbara Satterwhite Keeps Track


There’s a lot to be said for Time. Maybe that’s why there are so many quotes about it. From Benjamin Franklin’s “Time is money,” to Theophrastus’ “Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend,” to Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Time and tide wait for no man” – Time gets a lot airplay, and it certainly plays a major role in our work and personal lives. 180 more words

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Dr. David Troutman - Part of Quantum Leaps' Team of Teams

Dr. David Troutman has been promoted to Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Research and Decision Support

The former Director of the Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI), Dr. 407 more words

Marked for Prominence - Ankita Agarwal Is the Newest Member of OSI


Our most recent newcomer to the University of Texas System’s Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI) is Ankita Agarwal. Serving as Director of Finance and Business Analytics, Ankita supervises the business intelligence and information technology teams within OSI, and is responsible for finance analytics for UT System. 164 more words

Quantum Leap and the Future Will Appear - Donna Thomas Joins OSI


In February of this year, Donna Thomas joined the University of Texas System’s Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI) as the Director of System Project Management. 240 more words

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Vertex 2016 Conference and Cruise - It's Here!

If I were to tell you that planning a national conference is not an incredibly difficult undertaking, don’t believe me. It is a daunting task – especially when you have never done it before.  1,100 more words

The Future of Research, Healthcare, and Education at the University of Texas System

The vision of William H. McRaven, chancellor of the University of Texas System

Recently, William H. McRaven, Chancellor of the University of Texas (UT) System, spoke to the UT System Board of Regents to outline his vision for the future of the UT system 5, 10, and 20 years from now. 720 more words


Campus carry at UT likely headed to court

When it comes to campus carry, University of Texas President Gregory L. Fenves has his work cut out for him.

Over the past few months, attention has been focused on the university’s working group, which was charged with developing recommendations for the implementation of Senate Bill 11, otherwise known as the campus carry law signed by Gov. 761 more words