The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement (ODCE) and the Military and Veteran Center (MVC) invite you to attend a lecture on leadership. Major General Tony Cucolo, Associate Vice Chancellor for Leadership Development and Veterans Affairs for the UT System, will tell his story and provide the UT Dallas community with his take on leadership after serving 35 years in the U.S. Army.
Major General Tony Cucolo
"Leadership Lessons Learned from Military Service"
Tony Cucolo joined The University of Texas System in April 2015 as Associate Vice Chancellor for Leadership Development and Veterans Affairs. In this role, Mr. Cucolo is responsible for working with all academic and health institutions in the areas of leadership development for undergraduate and graduate students, leadership development programs for mid-level and senior campus leaders, and the establishment of an executive level leadership institute. Additionally, he is responsible for the coordination and integration of veterans' affairs and veterans support activities across all institutions. He serves as the system's liaison to campus ROTC programs and is also a member of UT System's Department of Defense Advisory Group.
Mr. Cucolo served more than 35 years in the U.S. Army, retiring at the rank of Major General in September 2014. Before joining the UT System, his final tour of duty was spent leading the US Army War College, an accredited institution for strategic studies, whose student bodies include senior US and foreign national security professionals preparing for leadership positions at the strategic level of the government and the military.
He earned a bachelor's degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a master's degree from the University of San Francisco. Among his awards are three Distinguished Service medals, the Bronze Star, the U.S. State Department Superior Achievement award and the French Legion of Honor. He is a Disabled Veteran.
Mr. Cucolo and his wife Ginger have three grown children, a devoted Great Dane, an ambivalent cat, and divide time between Austin and Wimberley.