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Celebrate Everyone Matters Day This Wednesday

Everyone Matters Day reminds us to accept others as they are and to celebrate everyone’s individuality and uniqueness. Stop by various locations from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. this Wednesday for free T-shirts and buttons, activities, and special photo booths to remind you that you matter and we are all Volunteers! A list of ten locations you can stop by can be found here.
Vol Tip: Share why you are proud to be you using the hashtag #IAmUT on Twitter or Instagram.


UT Graduate Programs Rank in the US News and World Report Top Ten

UT’s graduate programs in nuclear engineering, supply chain management, and clinical law training are in the top ten among all public universities in the nation, according to the 2016 U.S. News and World Report graduate rankings released this month. Learn more about these highly ranked programs and UT’s rising star programs.

Sustainability Day of Service


Register for the Sustainability Day of Service

Join the Center for Leadership and Service, SGA’s Freshman Council, and the Office of Sustainability for the second annual sustainability day of service on Saturday, April 11. Volunteer from 8:30 a.m. to noon with agencies that promote environmental awareness, sustainability, conservation, and recycling. Service assignments will include gardening, removal of invasive species, litter cleanup, and river cleanup.


HPER Building Roof Leak and Repairs

A recent roof leak resulted in damage to several areas in the HPER Building. Water damaged the hardwood floors and ceilings in five handball courts; a squash court; a portion of Room 202A; and Room 202B, where the rock climbing wall area is located. Read more about the timeline for repairs and class relocation for the building.


Apply to Be a Guide for International Students

If you want to serve as a mentor to new international students helping them adjust to life in the US and at UT, apply to be a fall 2015 UT guide. The International House is accepting applications until this Wednesday, March 25.



Sally McMillan to Step Down as Vice Provost, Return to CCI Faculty

After serving as the vice provost for academic affairs for five years, Sally McMillan will be stepping down from her administrative position and returning to the College of Communication and Information faculty in the fall. She has helped the university improve its retention and graduation rates—which led to the university winning the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ Trailblazer award. She has also overseen implementation of the uTrack system and assisted with the creation of One Stop Express Student Services.

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Students to Present at Posters at the Library

Every spring, undergraduate researchers from across Tennessee convene at the Capitol to share their projects with state legislators. This year, inclement weather prevented UT students from traveling to Nashville for the event. Students will instead present their research from multiple disciplines during Posters at the Library from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. this Friday in the Dixie Marie Wooten Commons West on the second floor of Hodges Library. Stop by to view research posters and speak with undergraduate researchers.

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