Supervisors can download relevant forms at http://hr.utk.edu/perf_eval.shtml or call 974-6018 for a copy via campus mail. Employees can prepare by studying the performance evaluation form and by making notes before meeting with their supervisors. For an overview of the performance review system, see the recent UT Voices column with Alan Chesney, executive director of HR
T.K. Davis, associate professor in the University of Tennessee’s College of Architecture and Design, has been elevated to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows, an honor awarded to AIA members who have made significant contributions to the profession. Davis is one of only 116 AIA members to be inducted into the Fellowship
All Knoxville-area UT employees and their family members are invited to cheer on the Lady Vols softball team at the first 2008 Employee Appreciation game-day event at 6 p.m. tomorrow. "Our players and coaches are who make our teams successful," said Joan Cronan, women’s athletic director. "Likewise, the employees of the University of Tennessee are
The Faculty Senate’s Research Council will host the first of four forums from 4 to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in Room 307 of the Science and Engineering Research Facility. The forums present a unique opportunity to dialogue on critical issues facing UT Knoxville as a flagship campus.
What happens when Knoxville’s newest TV channel, one of the city’s most respected radio stations and local musician Todd Steed get together? You get East Tennessee’s brand-new home for local music: "Studio 865."
Robert Holub, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, says the strategic planning process is vital to UT Knoxville because "it is the road map to our intended destination." Read Holub’s column on the process and the progress being made; then go to http://provost.utk.edu/strategic/ to see how you can be involved.
Can you surf the Internet, carry on a conversation and listen to your favorite CD—at the same time? Most of our students can and do. As director of UT’s Innovative Technology Center, Jean Derco’s job is trying to make sure faculty and staff can keep up with their technology savvy students.
Randy J. Holland, a justice on the Delaware Supreme Court, will be at the University of Tennessee on March 7 to speak at the College of Law. His talk, “Delaware’s Highest Court: Corporate Law and a Lot More,” will begin at 12:20 p.m. in Room 132.