Topic: Stephen Monti

After 43 years, Monti says goodbye

March 12, 2010
After 43 years, Monti says goodbye

It was a Friday afternoon in 1974 that a secretary entered the room and handed Stephen A. Monti a piece of paper with a message saying, "The president wants to see you right now" and he noticed that the "now" was underlined. Monti, who had never met the president, promptly walked into his chairman's office and said, "I have two questions. Who is the president and secondly, where is the president's office?" Now Monti serves as the executive vice provost. He announced plans to retire Aug. 31 after having worked at the institution 43 years.

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In the Know

March 10, 2010
In the Know

The March 10 weekly roundup of campus kudos and press mentions.

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Slesnick Appointed Vice Provost at The University of Texas at Austin

March 10, 2010

Dr. Daniel T. Slesnick, associate dean for research and technology in the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin, has been appointed the university's vice provost for resource management.

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Stephen Monti Plans to Retire Aug. 31 From The University of Texas at Austin

March 4, 2010

Dr. Stephen A. Monti, executive vice provost at The University of Texas at Austin, has announced plans to retire Aug. 31 after having worked at the institution 43 years as a faculty member and administrator.

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Prestigious Award Winners Honored by The University of Texas at Austin

Jan. 28, 2009

The Tower of The University of Texas at Austin glowed bright orange Tuesday, Jan. 27, honoring the 2008 recipients of some of the most prestigious awards given by the university.

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