For Rachel Henriquez the journey to graduation hasn’t been a sprint; it’s been more like a waltz. Henriquez, who will receive her master’s degree in education at the Graduate Hooding ceremony on Thursday, May 12, has expressed her passion for dance in and out of the classroom. For the past two years, Henriquez has participated as a professional dancer in Dancing with the Knoxville Stars, a fundraiser for East Tennessee Children’s Hospital.
Graduate School News
If you are in a thesis or dissertation program and you missed the deadline for graduation for spring 2016, you may still be able to graduate in summer 2016 without taking thesis/dissertation credit during a summer session. To take advantage of this opportunity, download the Second Deadline Application and submit it to the Graduate School
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking applications from UT graduate students in science, engineering, and business, including MBA students, for a special program offered by the Technology Transfer department. The deadline to apply is April 15.
As the new dean of the Graduate School, Dixie Thompson wants to hear from the UT community about its interactions with the Graduate School.
The Graduate School has revised its forms to make them easier to use. The forms also now include coversheets that explain when and how to use them.
Dixie L. Thompson has been named vice provost and dean of the Graduate School.
The College of Law recently launched a graduate certificate in contractual and legal affairs in engineering and construction, offered in conjunction with the College of Engineering. Students can begin their studies toward the graduate certificate in fall 2016.
The search for a new vice provost and dean of the Graduate School is wrapping up, and the search committee is seeking final feedback from the campus community regarding the three candidates.
A campus forum featuring Larry McKay, one of three candidates for vice provost and dean of the Graduate School, has been for 3:00 p.m. on February 1 in Haslam Business Building, Room 305.
Due to UT’s weather closure on Wednesday, the forum featuring Larry McKay, candidate for vice provost and dean of the Graduate School, is being rescheduled. A new date and time will be announced as soon as it is set.