On Wednesday, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek celebrated faculty, staff, and students for their accomplishments throughout the past academic year. Sally Parish, director of the Center for Leadership and Service; Rita Smith, executive associate dean of UT Libraries; and Melody Branch, business manager for the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, were recognized for their service
The Center for Leadership and Service has a big idea for recognizing UT graduates for their community service: the Service Medallion. The center was created in 2012 in response to student feedback calling for an increased focus on the values and practice of leadership and service. Students can use the center to help them find
It’s been twenty years since Volunteers began serving others during spring break. A team of students and supervisors is heading back to Miami this weekend—where it all began—as well as to Tallahassee, Florida, and Washington, DC, to continue the twenty-year tradition of Tennessee Volunteers volunteering during their spring break. Students from the colleges of law
About 500 UT students will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 19 by attending a leadership conference and working on service projects around the Knoxville community. Two UT traditions—the Clifton M. Jones Student Leadership Conference and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service—have merged this year. The event kicks off in the
The UT Center for Leadership and Service will award students who do community service work a special medallion to wear when they graduate. Students who log 100 or more community service hours qualify for medallions, which will be available for students to wear at the May 2013 commencement.
The Leadership Academy has announced its next cohort class for 2012-2013. A collaborative venture between the university and the Knox County Schools, the Leadership Academy prepares talented individuals to become outstanding new school principals through a full-time, intensive fifteen-month fellowship program.
“It is time to solicit nominees and applicants for the second class of the UT Knoxville Women’s Leadership Program,” says Sarah Gardial, vice provost for faculty affairs. “The participants in the current, inaugural class are extremely positive about their experience, and we look forward to establishing a growing alumni group of program graduates on campus.”
After several months of planning on the part of the UT Knoxville Women’s Administrators group, we are pleased to invite applications and nominations for the inaugural class of the UT Knoxville Women’s Leadership Program. This program is specifically created to encourage a stronger pipeline of women faculty and staff members into campus leadership positions.