NASHVILLE–Dr. J. Wade Gilley has appointed an eight-member committee to look at cutting administrative costs at the University of Tennessee.
NASHVILLE–Salary increases for University of Tennessee administrators who make more than $75,000 now must be approved in advance by the Office of the President. UT President J. Wade Gilley said Tuesday he will not approve additional pay increases until each UT campus and institute submits a compensation plan to the president’s office for review. In
Dr. J. Wade Gilley will be installed formally as the University of Tennessee’s 20th president on Nov. 5. Don’t miss the events.
NASHVILLE — Without more state funding, the burden of supporting higher education will fall to its students, the president of the University of Tennessee said Tuesday. Dr. J. Wade Gilley said it is counterproductive for Tennessee not to fund its higher education system because the state needs more college graduates to be economically competitive. He