As we head into the final stretch of this semester—my first as your chancellor—I have been inspired by the incredible experiences and the successes we have shared.
A national search for the next vice chancellor for research and engagement is under way.
It is time to honor the academic and service achievements that represent the best of our university.
Today is Big Orange Give, a one-day initiative to raise support for programs and colleges across campus. We have set a goal of raising $2.25 million as a celebration of the 225 years of leadership and service at the University of Tennessee.
There are three more opportunities to chat with Chancellor Plowman this semester.
Join me Wednesday for the investiture ceremony and my first flagship address.
UT Interim Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement Robert Nobles has announced plans to leave UT to become vice president of research administration at Emory University.
Beginning November 1, the Office of Community Engagement and Outreach will shift from the Office of Research and Engagement to report to Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Engagement Tyvi Small.
In the three months I’ve been holding these office hours, most people who stop by have identified a problem they’d like help solving, have an organization or program they want to tell me about, or just want to connect.
I am pleased to announce that Tyvi Small, who has been serving as interim vice chancellor for diversity and engagement since December, will take on the role permanently.