KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee has named 54 county officials across Tennessee as certified public administrators this spring, including the first administrators from Union and Trousdale counties. Of Tennessee’s 95 counties, 85 have at least one certified public administrator. Now that includes Union and Trousdale counties. Pam Ailor, county clerk from Union County, and … Continued
The University of Tennessee will join Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Tennessee Valley Authority as a partner in Gov. Phil Bredesen’s proposed Volunteer State Solar Initiative announced today.
Thirty-nine economic development practitioners and community leaders have completed the Tennessee Basic Economic Development Course (TBEDC) sponsored by the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service (IPS).
In anticipation of federal stimulus money to make up state funding shortfalls for the next two fiscal years, the University of Tennessee is developing “two-year budgets” that look ahead to an expected $66 million appropriations reduction in 2012.
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and the UT System Office of Communications won six awards from the Volunteer Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, including three first-place honors.