If you’ve been thinking about enrolling in for-credit courses offered by UT or a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, Human Resources offers a quick explanation of your tuition waiver benefits.
Whether you may be experiencing divorce, loss of a loved one, financial crisis, or other personal issues, the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to you. The program provides free, confidential counseling to help employees and family members in times of need. All regular UT employees working 75 percent time or more and their spouses and dependent children are eligible to take advantage of services.
The annual enrollment period for the state of Tennessee’s health, dental, vision, basic and term life, long-term care, and optional special accident programs is October 1 through November 1, 2014.
All faculty and staff are required to complete the campus’s international travel registration before traveling abroad on university business. To learn more about the process, faculty and staff are invited to attend one of three information sessions.
The university-wide Sexual Assault and Misconduct Task Force has been appointed and will begin a series of meetings to examine the critical issues involved in creating a responsive and comprehensive sexual assault and misconduct policy. The task force members encourage everyone with an interest in this issue to attend their meetings and provide feedback about the university’s Interim Policy on Sexual Misconduct and Relationship Violence.
The Homer A. Jones Jr. Wills Clinic in the College of Law provides estate planning services to East Tennesseans of modest means, including UT nonexempt staff. Under supervision, students prepare wills, powers of attorney, living wills, and other estate planning documents free of charge for clients who meet certain financial and other guidelines.
The webinar “The University’s Interim Policy on Sexual Misconduct & Relationship Violence: What Employees Need to Know” is now available to watch at any time from your desk.
The Life of the Mind Program is seeking suggestions for its 2015–16 common reading selection for first-year students. A Ready for the World initiative, Life of the Mind is a component of First-Year Studies 100, a required online course that helps first-year students develop the right mindset for the college experience. As part of the course, students read the Life of the Mind book, submit a creative response, participate in a small-group discussion session, and attend a lecture by the book’s author.
Do you subscribe to Vol Update, the campus student e-newsletter? Wondering why you should? Vol Update is an e-newsletter that helps students stay connected through features on news, deadlines, reminders, job and internship opportunities, student honors and achievements, event reminders, and more. All current undergraduate and graduate students receive Vol Update on Mondays and Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters.
The Office of Equity and Diversity and the Office of the General Counsel are hosting a webinar, “The University’s Interim Policy on Sexual Misconduct and Relationship Violence: What Employees Need to Know,” from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 4. The webinar will highlight key aspects of the new policy.