John Bardill of Facilities Services began working at UT June 30, 1966. After 42 years, he will retire at the end of this month. The university shows its appreciation for John and others like him on a new Web site that recognizes recent retirees and those celebrating services milestones expected to launch by the end of
Carla McMillan, reporting team manager in advancement services, is described by colleagues as a conscientious and pleasant employee. She is May’s Send Roses Recipient.
UT Psychology Professor Brent Mallinckrodt has been selected by the American Psychological Association Science Directorate as one of 120 behavioral scientists across the country invited to attend the 2008 Science Leadership Conference.
The executive and compensation committee of the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees will meet in Nashville on Friday, June 6. The meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. CDT at the offices of Waller, Lansden, Dortch and Davis, 511 Union St., Suite 2700.
Turn “Are we there yet?” and “That’s so boring” into “Cool!” and “This is fun!” while taking vacations with your children. Amy Broemmel, assistant professor of education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, offers parents five strategies to make vacations educational and fun.
In this article Amadou Sall, a lecturer in the University of Tennessee’s African Studies program, notes that the positive roles women play in the development of Ghana help widen students’ knowledge of other cultures and become "good citizens of the world." Sall made the observation during an educational tour organized by the University of Tennessee’s
Daryll Ray, University of Tennessee professor of agricultural economics, is featured in this recent episode of CNN’s "Lou Dobbs Tonight." Ray observes that the rising costs of food production are part of a natural economic cycle.