University of Tennessee employees from every part of the state are coming together in support of creating more diverse learning and working environments through a first-ever, University-wide summit on Wednesday in Murfreesboro.
Help advance diversity and inclusion efforts at the University of Tennessee by participating in UT’s first system-wide diversity summit.
The Diversity Advisory Council, comprised of representatives across the UT System, developed a diversity statement that was approved by the board.
After 25 years of service to the University of Tennessee, the last 14 as a vice president and member of the UT System Administration executive team, Theotis Robinson will retire from the University on Feb. 1.
University of Tennessee Vice President for Equity and Diversity Theotis Robinson will retire Jan. 31, 2014 and on Nov. 1 began serving in a transitional role as vice president and diversity advisor.
Almost 40 women from higher education institutions across the country – including approximately 10 faculty members and students from UT’s campuses in Chattanooga, Knoxville and Martin – will attend a writing retreat April 26-29 at UT Knoxville.
More than 20 students from UT’s campuses in Chattanooga, Knoxville and Martin will join UT Vice President for Equity and Diversity Theotis Robinson at the 2012 Student African American Brotherhood’s National Conference in Indiana held March 30-31.
Students from UT Knoxville, UT Chattanooga and UT Martin attended the 4th Annual Black Male Summit Conference at the University of Akron April 8-9, 2011.