“Shout-out to all the #utfaculty who have literally changed my life and worldview.” That is just one of the many shout-outs that has been posted in celebration of Faculty Appreciation Week.
Through teaching, research, and service, our faculty are making an impact on student lives, on our community, and on the world. From music to biology to Spanish, these four faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences are helping their students become lifelong learners.
Get to know Jennifer Akerman and Ryann Aoukar from the College of Architecture and Design. From rooftops to tabletops, they’re making an impact on students’ every day lives.
Today begins UT’s annual celebration of faculty. It’s the campus’s fifth annual Faculty Appreciation Week, highlighting the impact faculty have on students, the campus community, and society through their teaching, research, and service. Each day this week, Tennessee Today and the Faculty Appreciation Week website will feature stories about some special UT faculty members.
This annual celebration gives us a chance to celebrate the impact our faculty have in the classroom, in the laboratory, and in the community. Faculty and staff can still RSVP for several special events including a free luncheon workshop from the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center, a performance of The Whipping Man at the Carousel
Faculty Appreciation Week is February 10–14, but faculty and staff can RSVP now for several special events including a free luncheon workshop from the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center, a performance of The Whipping Man at the Carousel Theatre, and Vols and Lady Vols basketball games.
Faculty Appreciation Week has been set for February 10-14, and the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center is sponsoring a free luncheon workshop on flipped classrooms on Wednesday, February 12. “Flipping Out at UT: the Pedagogy of Flipped Classrooms” will be presented by center staff along with professors Richard Bennett and Brad Vander Zanden and lecturer