The subcommittee will hear a report of the President’s Budget Advisory Group initiative to achieve a long-term sustainable financial model for the University and discuss future plans for the initiative.
The proposed reorganization, which would separate the position of secretary from the position of general counsel, will be considered when the Board meets Dec. 15 in Nashville.
The Board will meet to review recommendations for appointment and compensation of the UT Knoxville chancellor and general counsel, between the Audit and Compliance and Health Affairs Committee meetings.
The State of Tennessee’s Office of Customer-Focused Government is announcing today the next step on a long-publicized timeline for its initiative to explore prospective cost savings in facilities management. I know we all share a great interest in this process and the potential impact of its outcomes.
David Golden, a long-time faculty member and administrator with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been selected by UT President Joe DiPietro to serve as executive assistant to the president, effective Dec. 1.