The University of Tennessee’s Committee on Effectiveness and Efficiency for the Future, a special committee of the UT Board of Trustees, discussed more cost-cutting proposals on Monday as University campuses and entities continue to prepare scaled-back budgets.
University of Tennessee President John Petersen and all members of his executive staff will take a voluntary pay cut of 5 percent and will relinquish University vehicles provided as part of their total compensation.
Phillip Fulmer has decided to not accept an offer from the University of Tennessee to take a 90-day appointment as a special assistant to President John Petersen, the University announced today.
Actual and proposed cost-cutting measures in the wake of funding reductions for the University of Tennessee were reviewed at the Wednesday meeting of the UT Board of Trustees’ Effectiveness and Efficiency for the Future Committee.
The University of Tennessee National Forensic Science Institute will host a symposium on advances in crime scene management, evidence collection and case studies Dec. 3-5 in Nashville.