John Bailey, a UT alumnus and principal administrative assistant in the College of Social Work, passed away in his sleep Saturday, April 30. He was 60.
In April, UT’s Center for Health Education and Wellness, along with partner organization the Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee, coordinated events, held discussions, and provided training sessions as part of national Sexual Assault Awareness Month to raise awareness and help prevent sexual violence.
Do you know what district you work in? New color-coded district signage is now being installed as part of the campus’s year-long wayfinding project. The wayfinding framework divides the campus into seven color-coded districts to make it easier to give directions in a broader context of the campus layout. The names were developed based on a combination of geography, function, and branding. For example, “the Village” is a reflection of the residence halls and student life functions of that district and “Torch” designates the academic core of campus.
Thanks to the help of an observant and courageous graduate student, the UT Police Department has recovered more than $100,000 in property stolen from campus buildings over the past several months.
The Tennessee Master Beekeeper Program has released its 2016 schedule for Basic Level classes. The first class will meet at the University of Tennessee Plant Biotech Building on Friday and Saturday, May 13–14.
From floral arrangements to rental cars to theme parks, UT employees have access to dozens of added benefits.
The health insurance networks available to UT employees enrolled in the state of Tennessee’s ParTNers for Health program make it easy to find in-network options regardless of the situation.
Planning that long overdue beach vacation this summer? Instructions for setting an automatic reply to incoming e-mail message are available in the OIT Knowledge Base.
Orange stands front and center in our audiences’ perception of UT, making color a crucial component of our visual communications.
The Tennessee Treasury Department and RetireReadyTN, the state’s retirement program, encourage all employees to take one small step toward better retirement prep by contributing just $25 more a month to deferred compensation plans.