One of the greatest rights we enjoy as Americans is that of choosing our government leaders and to participate in that process. All UT employees who are eligible to vote are encouraged to participate in the primary and general elections.
On July 1, a new state law takes effect that allows Tennessee’s public colleges and universities’ full-time faculty and staff, who have handgun-carry permits, to carry handguns on campus. To implement the changes, UT has adopted a new safety policy, which also takes effect July 1.
The new regulations mean that most employees paid less than $47,476 a year will become non-exempt Dec. 1, 2016.
The May 12 event celebrated the best of East Tennessee’s public relations community and the UT team received Awards of Excellence, Merit or Quality, notching awards for each of its entries.
Health insurance networks available to UT employees enrolled in the state of Tennessee’s ParTNers for Health program make it easy to find affordable in-network options.