In this role, Fulmer will serve as an ambassador for the University system, support intercollegiate athletic programs in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Martin, and work with UT government relations and alumni affairs leadership to advocate for UT statewide.
The Center for Addiction Science was founded to address the untreated addiction epidemic, providing clinical treatment services across all demographics. The center is also training physicians to offer alternate forms of pain therapy to avoid over-prescription of opioids.
In two years, the DRIVE! for the Future initiative has helped draw $3.9 billion in new automotive capital investment to the 69-county Tennessee Valley region.
Macel Ely, current training program manager for IPS’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) has been named director of the Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership.
Through its five agencies, which provide training and technical consulting to state and local governments, businesses and law enforcement, IPS answered close to 30,000 requests for assistance in the last fiscal year.