As part of an ongoing effort to improve communication about emergencies and maintenance and renovation projects across campus, the UT Facilities Services Department has established a system of listserv e-mail subscriptions.
Two UT Knoxville professors, Joan Heminway and Cynthia Peterson, recently graduated from the Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Summer Institute, the premier residential professional development program dedicated to advancing women leaders in higher education administration.
August Washington, whose 30-year law enforcement career has included service at UT Knoxville and five other universities, was recently named Vanderbilt University’s police chief and an assistant vice chancellor. As chief, Washington, 49, will oversee a staff of over 130 people, including 115 officers.
UT faculty and staff who need enrollment verification for their dependents as part of the Secova audit of Tennessee state employee group health insurance plans can access the letter request form on the University Registrar’s Web site.
A section of Middle Way Drive will be closed from Monday, Aug. 24, until Monday, Nov. 2 while construction continues on the Min H. Kao Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building.
The German Saturday School of Knoxville, founded by UT faculty in 2004, offers German classes for children, teenagers and adults. Classes for the new school year start Saturday, Sept. 12.
The Office of Research offers classroom, departmental and online training to UT faculty and staff in a variety of areas.
Wednesday’s thunderstorms forced several Welcome Week activities to move to their rain locations and that trend continues today. A few of today’s Welcome Week events have been moved indoors. Please help us pass this word on to UT students. These are great events we don’t want anyone to miss!
All full-time UT employees are eligible to purchase two season tickets to UT Athletics events, including football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball, at a 20 percent discount based on ticket availability.
UT Knoxville and its programs continue to be counted among the nation’s top public universities, according to U.S. News and World Report?s 2010 undergraduate rankings. UT Knoxville ranked 52nd among all public universities and 106th among all national universities, up two spots from last year in the list that includes 262 American universities offering bachelor’s,
UT Knoxville and its programs continue to be counted among the nation’s top public universities, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2010 undergraduate rankings. The university’s improving graduation rates also made the publication’s “Top 100 List.”
UT Employee and Organizational Development moved the employee course catalog “Training Pages” online last May and halted delivery of printed copies through departmental mail. New classes are now open and available.