Working in Human Resources’ employment office, Carolyn Hicks began to notice a lot of excess printing going on. And a lot of excess paper being used. Realizing there had to be a better way to get things done, Hicks made some changes, and then submitted them to Interim Chancellor Jan Simek.
"I know that most of you are concerned about how our funding challenges will impact UT Knoxville employees. While I don’t have complete answers to that question yet, I want to share information that is available."
The University of Tennessee Libraries’ Digital Library Initiatives department and The Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project are now sponsoring the Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, an online collection of stunning images of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Two agencies within the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service (IPS) — Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) and County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS) — have been recognized by the University Economic Development Association, a nationwide organization, for two economic development projects.
Twenty-two county and municipal government leaders have successfully completed the 16th annual Local Government Leadership Program (LGLP) at the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service (IPS). The invitation-only program, which focused on personal leadership, etiquette, ethics, public education and state budget practices in Tennessee, concluded Nov. 14.