Faculty members who have a passion for what they do often inspire their students to want to learn. Alumna Shelly Huffaker Higgins wrote that Associate Professor Murray Marks was “possibly the best professor I ever had during my days at the university.”
Faculty Appreciation Week College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Suzie Allard and Associate Professor Michael Palenchar from the College of Communication and Information.
Faculty Appreciation Week College Kudos: Get to know Assistant Professor Russell Crook and Assistant Professor Marianne Wanamaker from the College of Business Administration.
As part of Faculty Appreciation Week, students, alumni, staff and others are leaving shout outs for faculty members who have meant a lot to them. To send your own thank you message to a favorite faculty member or read what others have written, visit http://www.utk.edu/faculty/appreciation/shout-out/.
It’s Faculty Appreciation Week at UT, and some of our students wanted to say “thank you” to the faculty members who have meant the most to them. A video crew ventured out on campus stopping students and asking them to talk about faculty members who have meant a lot to them.
Faculty Appreciation Week College Kudos: Get to know Professor La Vinia Delois Jennings and Assistant Professor Kate Jones from the College of Arts & Sciences.
Faculty Appreciation Week College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor David Fox and Senior Lecturer Diane Fox from the College of Architecture and Design.
Faculty Appreciation Week College Kudos: Get to know Professor Naïma Moustaïd-Moussa and Extension Specialist Annette Wszelaki from Agriculture Extension.
On Tuesday, Feb. 1, hundreds of students, faculty, staff and community members marched from UT Knoxville’s Torchbearer statue to the University Center to mark the 50th anniversary of African-American undergraduate students being admitted to the university. Theotis Robinson spoke to a standing-room-only crowd about his journey from being declined admission to UT, to being one of the first three African-American students admitted.
For the past ninety years, the Tennessee Valley Fair has been delighting fairgoers in the Southeast. For the past four years, it has been learning a trick or two from a group of students in a senior level integrated marketing class in the College of Business Administration at UT Knoxville.