An advisory board of senior female leaders from across the university system helped design EOD’s first Conference for Women in Leadership and more than one hundred participants attended.
“It is time to solicit nominees and applicants for the second class of the UT Knoxville Women’s Leadership Program,” says Sarah Gardial, vice provost for faculty affairs. “The participants in the current, inaugural class are extremely positive about their experience, and we look forward to establishing a growing alumni group of program graduates on campus.”
Students, faculty and staff at UT Knoxville who have been directly or indirectly affected by sexual assault or domestic violence will Take Back the Night at 6:30 p.m. today. Take Back the Night is the campus’ annual sexual assault awareness event and features a march across campus, a display of local and campus resources, a speak-out session and a candlelight vigil.
In honor of HERstory month, the UT Knoxville Women’s Coordinating Council is hosting the event “Stiletto Stampede: Walking Tall” to celebrate the power of women. The walk begins at 12:05 p.m. on Monday, March 15, at the University Center Plaza.
After several months of planning on the part of the UT Knoxville Women’s Administrators group, we are pleased to invite applications and nominations for the inaugural class of the UT Knoxville Women’s Leadership Program. This program is specifically created to encourage a stronger pipeline of women faculty and staff members into campus leadership positions.