AUSTIN, Texas—Julien Carter, former associate vice president for human resources at the University of Louisville, has been appointed associate vice president for human resources at The University of Texas at Austin, Patricia L. Clubb, the university’s vice president for employee and campus services, has announced.
Carter is to begin work at The University of Texas at Austin next Jan. 9. Clubb said he was selected from an “extremely distinguished field of candidates.”
“I am confident that, with Mr. Carter’s leadership skills and level of expertise, Human Resource Services will not only continue its tradition of excellence but also will exceed our expectations in this critical area of operations,” Clubb said.
“I’m excited about joining The University of Texas at Austin community and the Human Resource Department on campus,” Carter said. “During the interview process I met many talented and interesting people and I look forward to becoming a part of and contributing to The University of Texas at Austin community.”
Carter has been commissioner of employee relations for the state of Minnesota and has held leadership positions for human resources in the state of Missouri. He also has been the owner of a human resource consulting company in Missouri.
Carter was graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree, major in education, from Missouri State University. He received his master’s of arts degree in human resource management from Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., and a law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Carter’s background includes having been an adjunct professor at William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., co-chair of the Columbia Missouri Human Rights Commission, a member of the Missouri Bar Association, a member of the board of directors of the Missouri Personnel Management Council and captain in military intelligence in the United States Army Reserves.
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