This week the Ready for the World Café will feature a taste of Italy, Argentina and Morocco but will operate on a short schedule. Due to fall break, the café will be closed this Thursday.
Do you take your right to vote for granted? A new radio series produced by UT Knoxville’s WUOT 91.9 FM and the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will follow the stories of eight people as they share what voting means to them. The stories will air each Tuesday and Thursday in October,
Hosted by Human Resources, the annual Fall Festival — a tribute to UT employees — is from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m tomorrow at TRECS. This annual employee appreciation event always draws several thousand staff and faculty. It’s also one of the few times each year when the UT employee community comes together and just
Employees are empowered by good communications. Using several online and print tools, Tennessee Today aims to keep all Knoxville-area UT employees well-informed. Several weeks ago, many of you were polled about Tennessee Today. So how are we doing? According to your responses, fairly well — although there are many suggestions for improvement.
KNOXVILLE — Five University of Tennessee development and alumni affairs staff members have been recognized for performance excellence. The awards recognize staff members who go above and beyond expectations to further the university’s fundraising efforts during the current $1 billion capital campaign. “The university’s goal of $1 billion is the most ambitious in our history,”
UT Knoxville is working to raise mental health awareness with the VolAware Street Fair. The fair will take place tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the University Center Plaza. VolAware is UT’s mental health awareness, wellness and suicide prevention campaign.
University of Tennessee President John Petersen praised the UT Institute for Public Service (IPS) last week for accomplishing more than $1 billion in economic impact in Tennessee in fiscal year 2008. The accomplishment was announced to IPS staff Oct. 1 at the 2008 IPS Annual Conference.
UT Knoxville freshman Ashton E. Doane was awarded the 2009 Mary and Jack Jinks Institute for Public Service (IPS) Scholarship during the 2008 IPS Annual Conference. Named for UT Vice President of Public Service Mary Jinks and her husband, Jack, the Mary and Jack Jinks IPS Scholarship is an academic scholarship for a child or
University of Tennessee President John Petersen visits the flagship campus at Knoxville on Tuesday as part of his annual campus tour. The Knoxville stop is the last in a series of day-long visits at each of the UT system’s five campuses and with employees of UT’s statewide Institute of Agriculture and Institute for Public Service.
As a follow-up to their standing-room-only appearance last fall, rescued child soldier Ishmael Beah and nurse Alusine Kamara will return to UT Knoxville on Oct. 17 for a lecture and book signing. Free and open to the public, the event — which will include a discussion and question-and-answer session — will be held at 2
University of Tennessee President John Petersen visits the flagship campus at Knoxville tomorrow as part of his annual campus tour. The Knoxville stop is the last in a series of day-long visits at each of the UT system’s five campuses.