Rector and Rector's management team
Acting Rector Anne Borg with the Rector's management team:
Acting Pro-Rector for Education Berit Kjeldstad, Pro-Rector for Research Bjarne Foss, Pro-Rector for Innovation Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes, Director of Finance and Property Frank Arntzen, Director of Organization Ida Munkeby, Project Director for campus development Merete Kvidal, Vice-Rectors Jørn Wroldsen (in Gjøvik) and Annik Magerholm Fet (in Ålesund).
The Acting Rector is the chief academic and administrative officer of NTNU. In addition, the Acting Rector serves as the secretary for the NTNU’s board of directors, where she also reports. As chief executive officer, the Acting Rector acts on behalf of NTNU and is an intermediary between the board of directors and the outside world in matters where the board makes decisions. The Acting Rector is also responsible for NTNU’s finances.
The Acting Pro-Rector for Education is the rector's main deputy. She has the main responsibility for education at NTNU and ensuring the strategic development and quality within the educationa area. TShe is the Chair of NTNU’s Education Committee and member of several education-related networks and groups. The Acting Pro-Rector oversees the head of NTNU University Library. The study area is organized in Education Quality Division | Academic Administrative Division | Student Services Division.
The Pro-Rector for Research has specific responsibility for monitoring research and strategy at the university. This includes research training. He also coordinates the university's international contacts. He has a staff to help him in executing his duties. Research at NTNU.
The Pro-Rector for Innovation is responsible for maintaining the university's relationships with innovation networks and regional, national and international businesses and industries. She also maintains contact with NTNU's Technology Transfer Office (TTO) and coordinates efforts related to the university's intellectual property rights. Innovation resources at NTNU.
The Director of Finances and Property is responsible for NTNU's corporate governance, budget, accounting and procurement processes, compensation and property and the technical operation of the university's facilities. The responsibilites are organized in Division for Goverance and Management Systems | Financial Division | Property Division | Campus Services Division.
The Director of Organization is responsible for human resources, health, safety and environment, communication, IT and records management. The responsibilites are organized in HR and HSE Division | Communication Division | IT Division | Records Management Division.
The Vice-Rector's most important task is to represent and position NTNU as an institution for regional working life, coordinate internal academic activities and develop interdisciplinary cooperation, initiate participatory processes and participate in the institution's strategic work. NTNU in Gjøvik.
The Vice-Rector's most important task is to represent and position NTNU as an institution for regional working life, coordinate internal academic activities and develop interdisciplinary cooperation, initiate participatory processes and participate in the institution's strategic work. NTNU in Ålesund.
The Project Director for campus development is responsible for the campus development at NTNU. This includes the co-location og the campuses in Trondheim and NTNU's work with Ocean Space Centre. Campus development at NTNU (in Norwegian).