Vol Vision, a planning process to engage the campus in a robust dialog regarding UT Knoxville’s future, has launched its Web site, which includes an online feedback form so that you can submit your thoughts electronically. Along with the Vol Vision draft strategic plan document, the site includes a timeline, information about discussion groups and
Jan Williams, dean of the UT Knoxville College of Business Administration, has been elected chair-elect of the board of directors of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier accreditation body for business colleges. “I am honored to hold this esteemed position in such a prestigious organization,” Williams said.
Sarah Gardial, vice provost of faculty affairs at UT Knoxville, has been named board president of the MBA Roundtable, the premier organization that provides guidance and leadership for MBA curriculum worldwide. “I am honored to be appointed board president of this prestigious leadership group and to be associated with such an esteemed group of colleagues,”
University of Illinois at Chicago professor John D’Emilio will visit UT Knoxville on Wednesday, Feb. 24, to speak about the life and legacy of civil rights leader Bayard Rustin. “Lost Prophet: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin” will begin at 7 p.m. in the University Center Crest Room. The event is free and open
UT Knoxville is honoring its faculty this week by featuring some of its special professors and instructors in stories and videos. Today, students and alumni thank faculty members Mike West, William Bradshaw, Sharon Barkdoll, David Cihak, Neal Shover and Lee Ann Rawlins for great teaching.
Student Michelle Wieczynski explains why math lecturer Jennifer Fowler is No. 1 in her book.
A professor in the Department of Exercise, Sports and Leisure Studies since 1984, Gene Hayes founded Camp Koinonia, a successful camp for kids and young adults with disabilities, visited all 50 states and dived in waters around the world for 20 years. While his students say they appreciate the example he sets, Hayes said it
Richard Heitmann loves helping students learn about UT and animal science. A professor of animal science in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, he also serves as his department’s undergraduate program coordinator. In that role, he helps ensure that undergraduate students’ experience gives them the best foundation possible for a career in animal