From discovering medical breakthroughs to breaking down boundaries to higher education, recipients of the 2018 President’s Awards represent excellence among the faculty and staff at the University of Tennessee.
Among top priorities in 2018 are updating job families, conducting a system-wide market assessment and developing market-based pay structures—phases 2 and 3 of a compensation project that began in 2017. Below is an update on our progress and what you can expect in the months ahead. Job Families A statewide human resources team was appointed … Continued
Kerry Witcher, a longtime University of Tennessee administrator, assumes dual interim roles as vice president for development and alumni affairs and as president of the UT Foundation following the retirement of Rickey McCurry later this month.
The award began in 1973 and as of Friday’s presentation, it has gone to a total of 90 recipients who include ORNL lab directors, scientists, and distinguished statesmen such as Howard Baker and Al Gore. Millhorn won the award for his leadership with both UT and ORNL.
During the state of Tennessee’s open enrollment period, starting Oct. 2 and running through Oct. 13, all regular employees working at least 75 percent time will have the opportunity to sign up and make changes to health, dental and vision insurance.