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Jeffrey S. Vitter, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor

Jeffrey S. Vitter

Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor

jsv@ku.edu
(785) 864-4904

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Kansas Economic Policy Conference:  The Kansas Fiscal Experiment – Impacts on Communities

Kansas Economic Policy Conference: The Kansas Fiscal Experiment – Impacts on Communities
October 24, 2013


University Of Kansas Changes Core Curriculum

KCUR radio interview on the KU Core curriculum
February 4, 2013


Introduction to the Summit on Building Communities, Expanding Opportunities, January 20, 2012

Introduction to the Summit on Building Communities, Expanding Opportunities
January 20, 2012


Video summary on open access to scholarly communication, Berlin 9, November 8, 2011

Video summary on open access to scholarly communication Berlin 9
November 8, 2011


Launch of the KU strategic plan Bold Aspirations, September 14, 2011

Launch of the KU strategic plan Bold Aspirations
September 14, 2011


Town Hall Meeting: DDI and ESPI Work Group Reports, April 7th, 2011

Town Hall Meeting: DDI and ESPI Work Group Reports
April 7, 2011


Town Hall Meeting: EEE and EDE Work Group Reports, April 6th, 2011

Town Hall Meeting: EEE and EDE Work Group Reports
April 6, 2011


Town Hall Meeting: Leading KU to a Vibrant Future, February 4, 2011

Town Hall Meeting: Leading KU to a Vibrant Future
February 4, 2011


Interview entitled 'A Community of Excellence' in The Oread, August 23, 2010

Interview entitled “A Community of Excellence” in The Oread
August 23, 2010


Remarks to the 145th Opening Convocation of the University of Kansas, August 18, 2010

Remarks to the 145th Opening Convocation of the University of Kansas
August 18, 2010


Text of presentation on 'Building Synergies' at the Merrill Research Retreat, July 22, 2010

Text of presentation on “Building Synergies” at the Merrill Research Retreat
July 22, 2010


Provost search open forum, March 4, 2010

Provost search open forum
March 4, 2010


ACM SIGMOD Distinguished Profiles in Databases interview, filmed March 2008, published November 2008

ACM SIGMOD Distinguished Profiles in Databases interview
filmed March 2008
(transcript published in SIGMOD Record, Vol. 42, No. 2, June 2013, 35–45)


Purdue Oral History Archives interview, conducted by Katherine Markee, filmed July 2008

Purdue Oral History Archives interview, conducted by Katherine Markee
filmed July 2008
(transcript)


Older Presentations

  • Interview on challenges and opportunities in healthcare systems, June 2008 (video)
  • Purdue College of Science Centennial grande finale: Jane Goodall and her presentation on A Reason for Hope, March 29, 2008 (video no longer available)
  • Purdue College of Science Centennial Interview, WBAA, March 2008 (audio)
  • Purdue College of Science Centennial kickoff with the MythBusters, October 28, 2007 (video)
  • Purdue Research Park: A Birthplace of Breakthough, WNDU-TV, March 2008 (video)
  • Welcome to students admitted to Purdue College of Science (video)
  • Appearance on Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick, October 19, 2007 (video)
  • Groundbreaking for Wayne & Mary Hockmeyer Hall of Structural Biology, October 19, 2007 (video)
  • Purdue President's Forum Presentation on the College of Science, March 2007 with updates (slides with remarks)
  • Dedication of Richard & Patricia Lawson Computer Science Building, September 2006 (audio1) (audio2) (audio3)
  • Purdue President's Forum Presentation on the College of Science, February 2004 (slides)
  • Groundbreaking for Richard & Patricia Lawson Computer Science Building, October 1, 2003 (video) (audio1) (audio2)
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