The University of Tennessee—with its unique capacity to provide education, conduct research and deliver outreach to every corner of the state—is turning its combined capabilities to the opioid crisis, President Joe DiPietro said today.
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From discovering medical breakthroughs to breaking down boundaries to higher education, recipients of the 2018 President’s Awards represent excellence among the faculty and staff at the University of Tennessee.
University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro delivers his third annual State of the University address on Wednesday, Feb. 28.
“It’s no secret that we are living in a polarized, turbulent time in American life, and college campuses are not immune. In the last 12 months, alone, news accounts have documented multiple instances of extremist groups seeking to demonstrate or speak at universities. And now, two of our own campuses-the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga-are being targeted.”
Four University of Tennessee graduates were honored for exceptional service to the University at the annual UT President’s Council Awards Dinner on Friday, Jan. 26.