More than 100 people from across the UT System as well as state higher education professionals gathered to discuss ways to improve mental health and wellness for all UT students and to share resources to help destigmatize mental illness.
Tag: Academic Affairs and Student Success
With college students increasingly reporting issues with anxiety, depression and suicide, UT is responding to the growing need of mental health services. UT will host its 2019 Academic and Student Affairs Summit: Building a Unified and Supportive Mental Health Culture on Nov. 22 in Nashville.
The statewide UT Promise tour is making an encore performance at five northeast Tennessee high schools on Monday, Oct. 21.
Interim President Randy Boyd has announced the creation of “UT Promise,” a transformative scholarship that will provide free tuition to qualifying Tennessee residents enrolling at UT campuses located in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Martin.
The symposium titled, “Recognition and Reflection in Quality Course Design,” emphasized teaching, and the design and development of courses.