by Lauren Hood Spring is a season of warm sunshine, blooming dogwoods and pastel colors. For some people, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. They shake off the layers of cold winter coats and welcome the warm, fresh air that comes with springtime. For other people, spring means headaches, sneezing and itchy throats. … Continued
2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the UT system. Established in 1968, the UT system is the state’s land-grant, higher education institution. Through the combined force of its education, research, and outreach, the University serves students, business and industry, schools, governments, organizations and citizens statewide. Test your UT knowledge with this quiz! 1.) What was … Continued
NASHVILLE — Four extraordinary UT employees were honored with President’s Awards at a luncheon just for them on Feb. 28 in Nashville. President’s Awards are the highest honor a UT employee can receive from the University and are intended to spotlight success and inspire excellence. The four awards recognize outstanding contributions in the areas of … Continued
UT understands the importance of helping employees live healthy and balanced lives and is committed to promoting a culture of wellness—physical and mental—and to providing support and resources. Affordable and easy access to on-site campus recreation centers is an added benefit for being a UT employee. Each campus offers free or discounted memberships to its … Continued
Last month, the UT System Office of Communications and Marketing launched a system-wide marketing campaign themed, “Everywhere You Look UT.” The campaign is intended to increase recognition and awareness of the statewide, connected nature of the UT system and its value to the state; and to grow internal and external support for the UT system … Continued
In his third State of the University address on Feb. 28, UT President Joe DiPietro announced the University’s plan to tackle the opioid crisis in Tennessee. “It’s exactly the kind of challenge that land-grant, research universities are made to take on,” DiPietro said during his speech before a crowd of UT leaders, government officials and … Continued
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K@TE is an acronym for a new online system giving University of Tennessee employees access to more than 400 in-person and e-learning professional development courses, seminars and conferences
UT employees gathered to learn about creating more inclusive learning and working environments during the “We Are One” Inclusive Excellence Summit held Sept. 7 in Murfreesboro.
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