Provost Martin is seated with President Patrick Touati and Associate Director Jean-Philippe Benitah of the AMOS Business School in Paris, France. The Provost and other campus leaders welcomed these distinguished leaders to campus this summer.
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.
Dean of Students Melissa Shivers and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Sally McMillan have some fun posing for a picture during Family Weekend.
Lee Patouillet, associate vice chancellor for alumni affairs, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek, and Provost Martin celebrate the turfgrass program at the Rock.
Provost Martin hosts an Appreciation Picnic in October for staff members who participated in the creation and implementation of One Stop Express Student Services and the uTrack system.
Future Faculty Program participants in September. The program is aimed at creating a “pipeline” to attract diverse, potential future faculty members to our campus.
Provost Martin visits Neyland Stadium with Pu Yuepu, Vice President of Southeast University in China, during his visit to the UTK Confucius Institute.
Melanie D. Wilson has been named dean of the College of Law. She will begin her appointment on July 1, 2015.
The 2014 editions of the Faculty Handbook and Manual for Faculty Evaluation have been posted.
Five finalists for dean of the College of Law have been identified and will be visiting campus during the next two weeks.
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