Members of the 2013–14 Academic Affairs and Research Employee Relations Committee at the 2013 holiday luncheon.
Provost Martin welcomes Rachel Chen, professor in the Department of Retail, Hospitality & Tourism, to the University Women’s Club holiday reception.
Betsy Adams (Director of Academic Resources, Office of the Provost), Veerle Keppens (Associate Dean, College of Engineering), and Stephanie TerMaath (Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering) are members of the 2013-2014 Wellesley HERS Institute cohort.
Sally McMillan presents at the AACRAO Strategic Enrollment Management Conference on Veterans’ Day. Her presentation was dedicated to Kelly Hunt, a former student who was wounded while serving in Afghanistan.
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.
Provost Martin and Smokey congratulate Margy Wirtz-Henry, winner of the Volunteer Spirit Award.
Professor Suzie Allard, associate director of the School of Information Sciences in the College of Communication and Information, presents at the fall semester, “PechaKucha-Powered” Mic/Nite event
Future Faculty Program participants in September. The program is aimed at creating a “pipeline” to attract diverse, potential future faculty members to our campus.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Life Melissa Shivers and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Sally McMillan have some fun posing for a picture during Family Weekend.
Twice a year, the Provost’s Office hosts Mic/Nite, a “Pecha-Kucha Powered” social gathering in order to enhance the intellectual, interdisciplinary, and cultural life of the faculty and staff at UT.
Faculty and exempt staff interested in exploring leadership roles on campus can apply now to be part of the 2014–15 class of the UT Knoxville Leadership Program. The deadline is February 14.
Within the next few weeks, we hope to announce our new Quality Enhancement Plan, an important part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaccreditation process.
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