UT ranks sixth among businesses with headquarters in Tennessee and ninth among higher education institutions.
UT ranks third among businesses with headquarters in Tennessee, and 10th among higher education institutions.
The UT Knoxville Campus Advisory Board met Friday to discuss enrollment trends, student success, research updates, investment in employees, athletics excellence, and highlights from the UT Institute of Agriculture.
UT ranked 100th of 500, in the large employers category, of the best places to work in America by Forbes magazine.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, earned recognition as one of the best places to work in Tennessee by Forbes magazine.
The Work-Life Sounding Board at UT hopes to reach employees across campus with its new podcast. The sounding board aims to connect, engage, and support staff in balancing the demands of work and life.
The search is under way for a vice provost for international affairs for the UT Knoxville campus. Reporting to the provost and senior vice chancellor, the vice provost is the chief international officer of the university and works closely with the university community to lead the development of UT’s strategic international agenda.
UT Knoxville’s Human Resources team is here to help by bringing their office and expertise to you.
UT employees with at least 25 years of service were recognized this week at the university’s fall Service Awards Luncheon. Sixty-seven employees were honored for their continued contributions and loyalty to the University of Tennessee.
Over the past several months, campus and institute leaders and human resources departments have been working to implement the US Department of Labor’s changes to regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act, which take effect December 1.
In order to gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges on campus and to hear directly from faculty and staff, the search committee invites you to participate in one of three listening sessions August 23–24.
Knoxville-area UT employees with at least twenty-five years of service were recognized last week at the university’s spring Service Awards Luncheon. Ninety-eight employees were honored for their continued contributions and loyalty to the University of Tennessee.