Academic Resource Management
Promoting improvements for you
The vice provost is working with his team to oversee the university's academic budget, manage academic space, provide data and services for assessment and evaluation, and monitor implementation of the university's strategic plan.
Academic Budget Development
Oversees the development of the educational and general budget through both a performance budget model and an annual process that solicits and responds to prioritized request from each academic VP and college, and provides one time support for special initiatives throughout the fiscal year.
Includes classrooms, teaching laboratories, research laboratories, library, and faculty and academic support offices. We promote the effective use of space through the assignment/reassignment of existing space and the prioritization of new capital projects and renovations.
Analytics & Institutional Effectiveness
Promotes the accomplishment of the university strategic plan and monitors progress against the goals of the plan through the tracking and reporting of high level metrics.
Partnership for an Incentive Based Budget
In the November 2018 campus update, Ken Smith reviews the overall budget model components as they are currently developed and envisioned to develop in full implementation, the status of implementation in the current fiscal year, and anticipated directions in the development of the PIBB heading into next fiscal year 2019-20.
Academic Resource Portal (log-in required)
Administrative Council for Extension and Experiment Station Research
Providing coordination for Virginia Tech's outreach and engagement activities.
Department, College, and University Centers
Centers are a proven, effective means of organizing complex academic activities, particularly interdisciplinary research, instruction, and outreach.
Long Range Plan Shared Performance Metrics
Get to Know Vice Provost, Jeff Earley
Analyzing and promoting academic initiatives in the university’s budget process, and managing the resource allocation systems maintained by the provost office since 2010.