Dr. Millhorn, who joined UT System Administration in 2005 as vice president for research and economic development, was 72. During his tenure at UT, Millhorn oversaw multiple, unprecedented achievements for the University’s research enterprise.
KNOXVILLE – A record-low tuition increase and dramatic reduction in a projected funding gap top the University of Tennessee’s biggest stories of 2017. Also in 2017, more than a half-dozen senior UT leadership posts saw new faces, and enrollment trended upward or broke records on multiple campuses. More than 4,000 faculty, staff and students broke … Continued
Chancellors at University of Tennessee campuses presented justification for their decisions to opt out of contracted facilities management services to the UT Board of Trustees on Friday.
Stacey Patterson, University of Tennessee associate vice president for research since 2015, was confirmed by vote of the UT Board of Trustees Nov. 3 as the University’s next vice president for research, outreach and economic development.
In the fall issue, UT experts discuss the future of Tennessee through the water running across and under the state. As that water goes, so goes the future for the people who depend on it.