In the fall issue, UT experts discuss the future of Tennessee through the water running across and under the state. As that water goes, so goes the future for the people who depend on it.
During the UTAA Board of Governors June meeting, board members discussed how to enhance communication with constituents, recognized the association’s outstanding faculty award winners, approved the budget for academic enrichment programs, and elected new officers and board members.
Four University of Tennessee graduates who have achieved success in fields from medicine to business to athletics were honored for exceptional service to their alma mater at the annual UT President’s Council Awards Dinner in Memphis.
An accomplished advancement professional with a diverse background in higher education administration and previous leadership experience at UT Knoxville has been selected as vice president for development and alumni affairs and programs for the University of Tennessee System.