Because of last week’s snow day, we’ve extended Faculty Appreciation Week through today. That means you still have today to check out the Faculty Appreciation Week website. There, you can see the shout-outs and selfies that have been posted, read stories about some great faculty members, and learn about the discounts offered.
Faculty Appreciation Week 2014 News
Sungkyu Lee and Elizabeth Strand in the College of Social Work are making an impact. Lee is working to improve mental health services for diverse populations and Strand is breaking new ground in veterinary social work.
Sharon Patton and Sarel Van Amstel in the College of Veterinary Medicine are teaching their students to take care of themselves and the animals in their care.
Did you see the great video of UT athletes delivering doughnuts to faculty and staff in celebration of Faculty Appreciation Week? You can check it out on the Faculty Appreciation Week website . While you’re there, read today’s feature stories about some special UT faculty members whose teaching and research are having an impact on students and others.
Rachel Radom and Ann Viera are two UT Libraries faculty members who are helping faculty and students do better research and share it with the world.
College of Nursing faculty members Sadie Hutson and Mary Lynn Brown are training the next generation of nurses and finding ways to improve health throughout our region.
It might be cold outside, but plenty of warm wishes are blanketing our campus. More than 160 Faculty Appreciation Week shout-outs have been posted this week. The celebration continues today—so be sure to check out the website to read all of the heartfelt notes and learn how you can send your own special thank you to a faculty member who’s meant something special to you.
Get to know Jeff Reinbolt and Kevin Tomsovic, two College of Engineering faculty members who are training the next generation of engineers and doing research to improve health care and the nation’s power grid.
Jerry Black and Carl Pierce from the College of Law will each retire at the end of the semester after about forty years with the university.
Get to know Harold Roth and Wenjun Zhou, two College of Business Administration faculty members—one here less than three years and one here thirty-three years—who love watching their students grasp difficult concepts.