UT alumnus Timothy Hulsey is the Associate Provost of the Honors and Scholars programs.
Hulsey received his doctorate in clinical psychology from UT in 1991. He was the founding dean of the Honors College at Virginia Commonwealth University, a position he held for six years. Prior to that, he directed VCU’s honors program. Hulsey also directed the honors program at Texas State University.
“UT has a broad array of honors and scholars programs. Some, like the Chancellor’s Honors and Haslam Scholars Programs, are administered campus wide, while other programs are administered by departments and colleges,” Hulsey said. “I look forward to supporting these programs and enhancing opportunities for students across all of them.”
Hulsey is responsible for recruiting honors students and faculty to work with them. Among other duties, he works with academic departments and faculty members to offer honors sections in general education courses and provide research experiences for honors students.
Hulsey has a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Trinity University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. He has also completed pre- and post-doctoral fellowships in clinical psychology at Dartmouth Medical School.