Welcome to the Office of the Vice President for University Operations.
We strive daily to enhance The University of Texas at Austin’s safety and physical infrastructure, and we’re dedicated to providing the myriad of support services that make this learning community one of the greatest places to study, work, create and grow in the world.
Document Solutions Named Print Center of the Year
Document Solutions was chosen to receive the highly coveted Print Center of the Year award for 2015 at this year’s In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association conference on June 15.
During the recognition program, Director Richard Beto accepted the award on behalf of the 50 Document Solutions employees saying “We are very appreciative, humbled and honored to be recognized by our peers.”
Document Solutions has a long history of IPMA recognition including being named IPMA Mail Center of the Year in 2013.
IPMA is recognized as the leading expert providing forums for education, networking and professional development. Founded in 1964, the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to the needs of all in-house corporate publishing, printing, and distribution professionals.
Congrats to Our HR Published Authors
Claire Moore and Henry Guevara of Human Resources partnered with the School of Nursing and the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education for a project lead by Dr. Sharon Brown involving culturally tailored diabetes prevention in the workplace. The project lead to them co-author an article that was published in this month's peer reviewed journal, The Diabetes Educator. It is the official journal of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
University Operations congratulates our latest HR authors!
Farm to Work Program
Claire Moore and The University of Texas at Austin Farm to Work program are featured in this issue of Edible Austin.
University Leadership Network
University Operations staff represent in University Leadership Network video. Great job Fire Marshall Jimmy Johnson and Project Manager Stephanie Perrone.
University Operations shows heart
The Hearts of Texas campaign totals have been finalized and University Operations donated 173 gifts totaling $34,587 benefiting charities that will provide services to our local, national and global communities. The university raised $604,831. Within our organization, Project Management & Construction Services claimed the top spot for raising the most money and Parking & Transportation Services claimed the top spot for greatest number of individual gifts.