Are surplus equipment, used furniture, trash, and recyclables stacking up around your office? The annual Spring Cleanup kicks off Monday, March 28, giving campus departments a chance to tidy up.
The 2016 spring cleaning effort kicks off on March 28 with the goal of decluttering and improving the look of academic buildings.
March is Women’s History Month, and groups on campus are hosting programming celebrating women’s professional accomplishments and encouraging other women to pursue their dreams. Events include the African American Trailblazer Series; Women in STEM Advancing Research, Readiness, and Retention; the Women’s Empowerment Summit; The Legacy and Challenge of Suffrage: Votes for Women in Tennessee; and more.
Whether you are giving a talk to your colleagues on campus or presenting groundbreaking research at an international conference, your work should reflect the university’s identity.
The most recent meeting of state and public higher education officials on Governor Bill Haslam’s ongoing facilities management exploration efforts occurred on Tuesday, February 16.
Severe weather in Tennessee seems to becoming more common. Learn about how to protect yourself when dangerous weather strikes.
Faculty, staff, and students, ages 18–44, can register to be included in a national database of bone marrow donors at UT Athletics’ annual Bone Marrow Donor Registration Drive from noon to 4:00 p.m. Saturday, February 27, in the Lauricella Center at Neyland Stadium.
The Clarence Brown Theatre is performing A Lesson Before Dying, February 24-March 13. There are many ancillary events that are taking place around the production.
There have been several instances of sick raccoons spotted around the agriculture campus in the past five days, according to certified wildlife biologists in UT’s Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries. S
The HR Connection blog is launching a new Q-and-A series about the university’s interesting faculty and staff.