“I believe that we are living in a transformational time,” Joe DiPietro said before a crowd of legislators, alumni and friends at the Nashville Public Library. “One day, future generations of Tennesseans will look back at where we stand now as the moment when our state took a tremendous leap forward.”
From establishing a foot clinic for the homeless to developing a novel treatment for dissolving blood clots, the four faculty and staff winners of the 2017 University of Tennessee President’s Awards are using their talents to impact lives across the state and beyond.
The one-hour event will take place Feb. 21 and will be available to watch via a live webcast. The program includes a comprehensive assessment of the University’s recent achievements, challenges, and positions on significant issues.
The University of Tennessee is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all faculty, staff and students. This message should serve as an annual reminder of this commitment. In compliance with applicable state and federal laws, Human Resources Policy 720 prohibits the unlawful use, manufacture, possession, distribution or dispensing of drugs (“controlled substances” … Continued
Ron Maples, longtime administrator, controller and interim treasurer, has been selected to serve as permanent treasurer, reporting to the chief financial officer. UT President Joe DiPietro will make the recommendation to the UT Board of Trustees for approval at its meeting March 28-29 in Chattanooga. Maples has been a University employee for 40 years. His … Continued