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As our chief research officer, Victor McCrary will promote research, economic development, humanistic inquiry, and creative design.
As we head into graduation and the end of another academic term, I look back in awe of our accomplishments and forward with anticipation of what’s next.
Athletic Director John Currie has been placed on leave with pay, and Phillip Fulmer will begin serving as athletic director effective immediately.
I deeply regret the events of yesterday for everyone involved. The university remains steadfast in its commitment to excellence, and I look forward to John Currie continuing the search to bring the next head football coach to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
UT is dedicated to following the guidelines set forth by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), also known as the Buckley Amendment. This semester, all Knoxville campus faculty and staff are required to thoroughly review an online presentation that details FERPA policies and procedures.
I’m so proud that our campus is known as a welcoming place for veterans, and our new Veterans Resource Center will make it even more welcoming.
I am pleased to announce that four candidates for the position of vice chancellor for research will visit campus over the next few weeks.
I write to inform you that I have decided to opt out of the proposed plan to outsource facilities management. This decision was reached after considerable analysis of proposed savings and a close examination of our current and future operations.
Last Friday I had the honor and pleasure of being invested as the eighth chancellor of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I cannot express how meaningful and memorable the ceremony was on so many different levels.