Experience Learning resource guides are now available for faculty and staff. Written with faculty, academic advisors, and staff members in mind, the guide was developed as a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) workbook to educate our campus community on what they can expect from the initiative both this year and in the future. To receive a
Have you outfitted your UT office to fit your unique interest or style? Do you have original artwork, a favorite collection, or a really quirky item on display? Does your office tell a story about your hobby or passion outside of work? We’d love to see a photo of your office and hear your unique
Communication Studies faculty member Courtney Wright is the author of an essay that was recently posted on Inside Higher Ed. According to her article, faculty members at colleges and universities around the country are grappling with how to address potentially sensitive topics such as race and ethnicity, sexual assault, gender and sexuality, religion, and political
A noted entomologist, nature photographer and explorer will speak at UT on Tuesday, October 11. Mark Moffett, also known as Doctor Bugs, will present a lecture exploring the connection between social identity and the evolution of societies. He is a research associate in entomology at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.
While many students head home for fall break, 92 Volunteers will head to cities across the Southeast to lend a hand to populations in need during the Alternative Break program offered by UT’s Center for Leadership and Service.