Rita Geier addresses the Ready for the World initiative and the importance of diversity and intercultural awareness in this week’s "UT Voices" column. She believes, "… it is our intercultural awareness and skills that will allow us to live peacefully and productively, addressing critical issues of our time with diverse people in our neighborhoods and
The annual transfer and enrollment period for UT group insurance programs is going on now. You have until Nov. 15 to review coverage, evaluate available options and make changes for the next calendar year.
All regular full- and part-time employees should receive personal benefits statements via campus mail this week. Your statement provides an overview of your annual compensation including any deferred compensation, educational assistance, longevity pay, insurance plans and retirement, as well as the amount UT contributes to your benefit programs.
Glenn Reynolds, a UT law professor, has been named one of the 10 most influential legal scholars in America by the Social Science Research Network.
Now that its endowment has reached $1 billion, UT’s private support rivals that of the nation’s top universities. President John Petersen announced the achievement on Oct. 5 to the UT Development Council.
If you’re the sort of person who likes to take time to smell the flowers, you have Jason Cottrell to thank for the abundance of blooms around the Knoxville campus. As campus horticulturist, Cottrell plans and supervises the landscaping designs that UT grounds crews execute and care for.
Robert Lang, physicist, engineer and one of the world’s foremost origami artists, will give a lecture and lead two workshops at UT on Oct. 25-26.