Randy Boyd announced an initiative geared toward providing greater and easier access to information for UT’s faculty, staff, students and the communities it serves.
The search committee, chaired by Keith Carver, chancellor of the University of Tennessee at Martin, will officially launch the search in January with hopes to name a chancellor in May.
During the months prior to taking office, Randy Boyd traveled the state to listen and learn from many stakeholders both inside and outside of the University of Tennessee system. From those discussions, he outlined six primary objectives to accomplish during his tenure.
Banners with hundreds of signatures from students, faculty, and staff will be displayed around UTHSC’s Memphis campus this week, while an observance against hate will be held on campus Thursday, November 8.
Following extensive study of uses for a 24-acre waterfront property in Knoxville, UT President Emeritus Joe Johnson announced a recommendation to transform the property into a retreat center and community showpiece for UT Knoxville student leadership development activities.