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Patrick D. Hogan

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Charlottesville, VA 22904-4228

Phone:
434-924-3252
Fax:
434-982-2770
Email:
Megan K. Lowe

Welcome to the Web site of the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

The Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer is charged by the Board of Visitors and the President with overseeing the financial operations of the University, including the Medical Center, and supporting special initiatives that have a University-wide impact.

The EVP-COO partners with the Provost and others to foster strong relationships between academic and administrative areas, ensuring strong and sustainable resources to finance academic excellence. Current priorities focus on achieving Organizational Excellence across academic and administrative areas, shifting to a new internal budget model that fosters entrepreneurial and collaborative actions in all schools and units, and implementing a long-term financial plan for academic excellence to provide the foundation for implementing the University's strategic plan.

News

Upgrade: 20,000 New High-Tech Phones on the Way, Starting in June

February 25, 2014 | The University of Virginia is getting new phones – about 20,000 of them. As noted in the recent email to employees from Pat Hogan, U.Va.'s executive vice president and chief operating officer, the current telephone system at U.Va. – most of which is now nearly two decades old – will soon be replaced with a more modern telephone system based on VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology, in partnership with a vendor named Broadsoft. Telephone line migration and phone replacement is set to begin on the academic side of the University in June, and on the Medical Center side in September. This phase of the project will take about 16 months. More

Virginia's Public Colleges, Universities Gather to Share Innovations in Higher Education

December 8, 2014 | Representatives from Virginia's two- and four-year public colleges and universities met Wednesday in Charlottesville to exchange ideas and share best practices about educational innovations, administrative efficiencies and redesigning services for higher quality.

"Leading Change through Innovation and Collaboration," held at the University of Virginia's John Paul Jones Arena, showcased 85 poster exhibits, several panel and roundtable discussions and a keynote address from William "Brit" Kirwan, chancellor of the University System of Maryland. More