UT’s Center for International Education (CIE) has joined the Institute of International Education (IIE)’s Generation Study Abroad initiative to help more Americans gain international experience through study abroad programs. The membership is one of more than 600 commitments announced by IIE. Generation Study Abroad seeks to mobilize resources and commitments with the goal of doubling
Offices around campus showcased Homecoming spirit yesterday by decorating their spaces for the Office Decorating Contest. Each office put their spin on this year’s Homecoming theme “Journey through 100 Years of Volunteers.” Here are a few shots from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences; the Student Government Association office; the Office of the
On-campus interviews with candidates in the search for the next chancellor to lead the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, begin tomorrow. The first candidate, Pamela Whitten, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at the University of Georgia, will lead a public forum for faculty and staff from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Rock on UT’s campus. The Knoxville News Sentinel recently featured the impact the Rock has had on the campus community over the years. They also published a slideshow commemorating some of the iconic images the rock has displayed over the years.
If you are registered to vote in Knox County, you can vote at the Baker Center during Early Voting on Monday, Oct. 31 – Thursday, Nov. 3, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. For those living on Campus, south of Cumberland Avenue, the Baker Center is your polling location on Election Day – November 8.
To prepare for the upcoming deadline to implement changes to the US Department of Labor Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations, UT Human Resources is offering workshops for impacted employees and their supervisors. UT Human Resources has been working closely with departments and units across campus to implement changes required by federal law. The law
In an essay posted October 27 on the TechTank blog on the Brookings Institute’s website, UT Professor Stuart Brotman notes that job creation – and specifically how to best increase the number of higher-paying jobs – has been a major issue in 2016 presidential election. A nonresident senior fellow with the Brookings Institute, Brotman is
With homecoming activities beginning October 30, UT’s Office of Parking and Transit Services wants to keep the campus community safe and inform drivers of changes impacting mobility around campus. The newsletter also features the 5K Fun Run/Walk and Homecoming Parade routes.
Who: Sue Hamilton is director of the UT Gardens. She’s also a professor in the Department of Plant Sciences and teaches three courses: Management and Operations of Public Gardens, Botanical Garden Practicum, and Plant and Garden Photography. The last is a very popular course, she said, because people who go into public garden management tend
Best practices, evidence-based decision-making, good data—non-profit organizations benefit from access to current research to deliver the best services. But many non-profits are unable to pay for access to subscription-based scholarly research journals.