The 2014 Future Faculty Program participants visited campus this past September. This program is aimed at creating a “pipeline” to attract diverse, potential future faculty members to our campus.
Provost Martin and University colleagues visit the Chinese Scholarship Council in Beijing in March 2015.
The Office of the Provost hosted the inaugural Change Management Conference this past October. Coordinated by Vice Provost Sally McMillan (seated and center), this event was attended by vice provosts from across the nation.
Provost Martin and Chancellor Cheek join Peyton Manning as he presents the Peyton Manning Scholarship to incoming freshmen and Haslam Scholars Alex Crockett and Cody Sain.
Provost Martin poses with members of the Academic Affairs and Research Employee Relations Council.
Provost Martin greets Jim Boyle, Student Health Center Administrator, at the APLU Trailblazer Award Celebration Breakfast.
Provost Martin celebrates the holiday season with members of the University Women's Club.
Our new transfer transition guides are eight-semester plans that outline the courses that community college students need to take to make the seamless jump to UT to finish their bachelor’s degree.
Midway through its first year, our Smart Communities Initiative has already made a major impact—both on the students and faculty involved in the projects and on Cleveland, Tennessee. Next month, we’ll choose our city partner for our second year of SCI.
Our 2015–16 Life of the Mind book will be The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez.
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Vol Vision is a road map as we take the journey to become a Top 25 public research university. UT has set its sights on the goal ahead, and this is the framework that will help us realize our potential as the leading public institution of higher education in Tennessee and beyond.
The mission and values of Vol Vision allow all UT students, faculty, and staff to align their efforts and activities around a common vision for the university and our future.