Financial assistance from the University of Tennessee Career Development Fund (CDF) enables employees to attend professional development programs. The CDF committee reviews requests and approves funding based on the guidelines.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees has approved UT President John Petersen’s recommendation of Jimmy G. Cheek as the new chancellor of UT Knoxville.
The audiology and speech pathology program will continue operations and remain in Knoxville but will be administered by the UT Health Science Center, according to a plan outlined at the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees Executive and Compensation Committee meeting today.
Governor Phil Bredesen proclaimed September “College Savings Month” in Tennessee. This program is an ideal opportunity for families to enroll in Tennessee’s state-sponsored 529 college savings plans under the Tennessee Baccalaureate Education System Trust (BEST). The State of Tennessee offers the BEST Prepaid Plan and endorses the Path2College 529 Plan.
Significant progress has been made toward a solution that will allow the UT Knoxville audiology and speech pathology program to continue operations through UT and remain in Knoxville, university officials announced today.