The University of Tennessee System has recently begun a national search for the chief human resources officer position. The search was paused last year to reevaluate the position and its responsibilities.
From making significant changes in the world of medicine to helping underprivileged people across the globe, the 2019 UT President’s Award winners represent the impact the University has on the state and beyond.
Eighteen faculty and staff members, representing each University of Tennessee campus and institute and overseeing critical functions within the University system, will meet Oct. 2 to begin an intensive, 12-month training program designed to prepare internal candidates for senior leadership roles.
All Knoxville-area employees are encouraged to attend a benefits fair Sept. 20 to talk with experts about the dozens of insurances and corporate discounts that make up UT’s comprehensive benefits package.
Linda Gaddie and Vicki Hatfield have been named finalists for the position of University of Tennessee system vice president for human resources.