Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Provost Susan Martin reflect on their own college experiences and some of the faculty members who played important roles in their lives.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek thanks the 629 faculty, staff, and students who are active duty U.S. military, veterans, reservists, or members of the National Guard. Today our campus joins universities across the country in honoring the more than 6,300 American casualties of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan since September 11, 2001, in a day-long
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek has signed the Power Down Pledge, have you? By inking his thumbprint on the pledge poster, the chancellor pledged to reduce his on-campus energy use. The Power Down Pledge is an initiative of Make Orange Green and the Chancellor’s Energy Challenge, an aggressive energy-reduction program aimed at reducing UT’s energy consumption
Since embarking on its journey to become a Top 25 public research university, UT Knoxville has made some good progress in its five priority areas—undergraduate education, graduate education, research, faculty and staff, and financial resources and infrastructure. To view Chancellor Cheek’s recent presentation to the Board of Trustees and to find all of the latest
On Wednesday, May 4, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek will host an open forum for faculty and staff. UT’s new fiscal year starts in July, and Chancellor Cheek will give an update on the university’s budget and plans that have already been put in place to offset the decreased state funding. Much of the time will
Today marks the beginning of Earth Month as well as a change in the way our campus purchases electricity. Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek outlines TVA’s new rate structure, which aims to reduce overall consumption during high energy use times, and what the campus community can do to help.
UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek is chairing the search committee to fill the UT Institute of Agriculture chancellor vacancy. He invites the UT community to help in the search process for this important position in the statewide UT System.
UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek wants to have lunch with faculty and staff on Oct. 25, and he’ll foot the bill for the first 50 people.
Jimmy G. Cheek, chancellor of UT Knoxville and an expert in agricultural and natural resources, spoke today at a meeting of the International Fertilizer Development Center held at the World Bank in Washington, D.C.
UT Knoxville faculty, students and staff were recognized for their service and accomplishments at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet held Monday at the University Center. Hosted by Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek, the annual event honors members of the campus community.
Make plans to attend “Chatting with Chancellor Cheek,” a brown bag lunch with the UT Knoxville chancellor, at noon Monday, March 15, in the University Center Shiloh Room. Presented by the Exempt Staff Council, this event is open to all UT employees as an opportunity to learn more about what is happening both in higher
Even during challenging economic times, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is making progress on key strategic goals by adding as many as 77 new graduate assistantships and fellowships in just this past year.