Angie Cartwright named new Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Success

Monday, June 20, 2022

Dear UNT Faculty and Staff,

It is my pleasure to announce that Dr. Angie Cartwright, associate professor of counseling and higher education, will join the Office of the Provost as the inaugural assistant vice provost for Faculty Success. Her appointment begins today.

Portrait of Dr. Angie CartwrightIn her new administrative role, Dr. Cartwright will focus on academic policy, faculty programming and initiatives, and faculty diversity, equity and inclusion efforts — most notably the Anti-Bias and Cultural Awareness (ABCA) program, which she co-developed with former Vice Provost for Faculty Success Dr. Bertina Combes.

Dr. Cartwright is nationally known for her research, grant funding and advocacy, and she brings a wealth of expertise in DEI, faculty mentoring and faculty development. Since joining UNT as an assistant professor in 2015, she has led several innovative interdisciplinary research collaborations, made invaluable contributions to student success as director of the undergraduate minor in counseling and served as faculty director of diversity and inclusion in the Faculty Success office. She also directs UNT Classic and the Integrated Care and Behavioral Health Project, which are designed to address health disparities by enhancing the delivery of culturally competent mental health services to medically underserved communities.

Please join me in congratulating Assistant Vice Provost Cartwright as she moves into this new role. I look forward to working with her to fulfill Faculty Success’s mission to develop, support and advance one of our university’s greatest assets — our diverse and thriving faculty.

Holly Hutchins, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Faculty Success