January 26, 2017

Encourage Students to Participate in Survey

A survey designed to measure student experiences and perceptions is open until February 24. Please consider mentioning the survey in your classes, on your resource pages, and in your advising sessions. Higher response rates will give the university a better understanding of student opinions of our campus environment, community, culture, and safety. Read more...

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Campus Reception for Chancellor Cheek
In February 2009, Jimmy G. Cheek stepped onto UT's campus as its seventh chancellor. Eight years later, the impact of his leadership can be seen and felt throughout Rocky Top. The campus community is invited to a reception hosted by John Zomchick, interim provost and senior vice chancellor, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. today to thank Chancellor Cheek and wish him well as he joins the faculty. Read more...
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RSVP for Faculty Appreciation Week Events
Faculty Appreciation Week will be held February 6–12, and some of the planned events require RSVPs if you want to attend. Register now for a poster session and learning lunch; the Office of Research and Engagement Open House; Faculty Pub; and Dig In: Unpacking the Curriculum With Cultural Objects. Read more...
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Do You Know UT's Policy on Acceptable Use of IT Resources?

State law prohibits the use of university resources by employees for campaign or political advertising on behalf of any party, committee, agency, or candidate for political office. This does not prohibit use of university resources to discuss or examine political topics or issues of public interest, so long as it does not advocate for or against a particular party, committee, agency, or candidate. Read more about the Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources policy. Read more...

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Clarence Brown Theatre Presents Outside Mullingar
The Clarence Brown Theatre's production of Outside Mullingar begins with a preview performance on Wednesday and Thursday, February 1–2, with opening night on Friday, February 3. Written by John Patrick Shaley, the Tony- and Academy Award-winning playwright, Outside Mullingar is set in the rural hills of Ireland. Farmers Anthony and Rosemary are clueless when it comes to love. To find it, they will have to overcome a land feud, family rivalries, and their own fears about romance. Read more...
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Frazier Is Experience Learning Risk Manager
Clayton Frazier has joined Experience Learning as risk manager. He will oversee the design and incorporation of risk management best practices into courses and projects supported by Experience Learning. Read more...
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Take Time to Review UT's Inclement Weather Policy
With light snow in the forecast for Knoxville, it's a good time to review the university's policy on operations during inclement weather. Read more...
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Announcements
Teaching and Learning Center Announces Spring Development Courses Read more...
ONSF Exploration Grant Program Application Deadline Is February 13 Read more...
Join the UT Advocacy Network to Stay Informed about Legislative Developments Read more...

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Events
Acoustic Environment of National Parks, 2:30–4 p.m. Friday Read more...
Trapped: Sex Trafficking in Tennessee, 6–7 p.m. Friday Read more...
How Do We Relate? Exploring Interpersonal Styles with FIRO-B, 8:30–11:30 a.m. Thursday, February 2 Read more...

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