Promoting a responsible and ethical workplace is everyone’s responsibility. We’re committed to doing our part and urge you to do yours by regularly reviewing UT’s Code of Conduct.
Three finance and business executives with extensive experience in higher education have been named finalists for the University of Tennessee System chief financial officer position.
A new University of Tennessee policy and procedures on responsible conduct in research and scholarly activities takes effect Sept. 15. Every member of the University community has the responsibility of ensuring that research and scholarly activities are conducted with integrity. Furthermore, all faculty, staff and students have the responsibility of complying with federal regulations that … Continued
In the event of a work-related injury or illness, all employees—especially supervisors—should be aware of changes to UT’s workers’ compensation policy and new requirements for helping employees return to work as quickly as possible. As always, employees who sustain life-threatening or serious workplace injuries should call 911 and seek treatment at the nearest emergency room. … Continued
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.