Professional etiquette decisions, at times, can be puzzling, and the consequences of making an inappropriate decision can have lasting, negative effects. Employee and Organizational Development’s "Business Etiquette: More Than Just Good Manners" seminar, 8:30 a.m. tomorrow in the UT Conference Center Building, will address a variety of etiquette issues while providing guidelines for making proper
"The Switch Your Thinking campaign unveiled last week sets an ambitious goal for our campus—a 10 percent reduction in the amount of energy we use over the course of this fiscal year," says UT Knoxville Interim Chancellor Jan Simek. "This call to action asks four simple things of all Knoxville-area employees—turn off lights, computers, power
It’s time to Switch Your Thinking about energy. This academic year, UT Knoxville is calling on all faculty and staff to reduce energy consumption on campus. In a region where much of our energy comes from burning coal, using less energy means cleaner air and a greener planet. It may also mean a little relief
The Office of Benefits and Retirement is holding an Employee Benefits Fair tomorrow and Life Planning Seminars tomorrow and Wednesday at the University Center.
The audit committee of the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet September 19 in Knoxville. The committee will review the university’s efforts to create an institutional compliance program that insures that the university is following all applicable state and federal regulations.
Starting today, the Ready for the World Café once again will be serving unique international cuisine. The international buffet is open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each Monday through Thursday in the Hermitage Room on the third floor of the University Center.
Ready for the World Café once again will be serving unique international cuisine beginning Monday, Sept. 15. The international buffet is operated by students in the advanced food production and service management class. It is open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each Monday through Thursday in the Hermitage Room on the third floor of
The UT Knoxville is calling on faculty and staff to change the way they look at energy in a campaign designed to reduce campus energy consumption by 10 percent this year — a move that would save the university more than $1 million from its campus energy budget.
Deloitte and the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at UT Knoxville have released a collaborative new study titled “Power from Perspective: Potential Future United States Energy Portfolios.” The extensive study, unveiled today at a press conference and discussion forum at the Baker Center, identifies and explores seven distinct public perspectives shaping our