I hope that you will join me Thursday, April 16, to hear from UT Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek about the university’s budget and the impact of the stimulus.
Faculty, students and staff were recognized at the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet Monday night at the University Center. The banquet is the largest UT honors event of the year, and the first for Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek, who saluted the accomplishments of key members of the campus community.
It is an honor to begin serving today as chancellor of the Knoxville campus. I’m happy to officially become a Tennessee Volunteer. I look forward to spending time with members of the faculty and staff as well as the student body to learn about our strengths and the wonderful traditions of the university. My primary focus over these next months will be listening and learning as much about the campus and our extended community as I can.
Faculty, staff and students have spent this week saying goodbye and thanks to Jan Simek, whose term as interim chancellor of the Knoxville campus ends today. Newly-appointed Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek starts work Monday.