Here’s a list of faculty, staff, and students who have made headlines for their accomplishments in recent months.
Edward O. Wilson, who is considered the founder of sociobiology and the world’s leading authority on ants, will receive an honorary degree from our university at the fall 2014 Commencement ceremony.
Our university is a finalist for the “Most Visible Progress” Trailblazer award from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. The recognition acknowledges the improvements in our retention and graduation rates.
We’ve been on our Top 25 journey for five years now and we’ve come a very long way—in our academic operation and in creating a more attractive, state-of-the-art campus. Yet we recognize that much work lies ahead.
Our university is now home to the James A. Haslam II College of Business. The college’s new name is our way of thanking the Haslam family for a landmark gift and a lifetime of support.
Former students, family members, and friends gathered recently to celebrate the life and work of Fred D. Brown Jr. as we cut the ribbon on our new residence hall bearing his name.
Chancellor Cheek will be hosting an open forum for all faculty and staff about the upcoming University of Tennessee employee engagement survey.
I will be hosting an open forum for all faculty and staff about the upcoming University of Tennessee Employee Engagement Survey.
Chancellor Cheek presented an update on the Journey to the Top 25 to the Board of Trustees at their meeting on October 3, 2014.
We all know that it’s great to be a Tennessee Vol, but our behavior should always reflect the Volunteer spirit. That spirit is about civility and respect.