The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development is hosting a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) workshop for graduate students titled “Becoming Effective Communicators and Mentors.”
Faculty, post-docs, scholars, and advanced graduate students at UT, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University are invited to attend this workshop on One Health on November 11.
On Oct. 28, the Office of Diversity and Engagement will continue their Community Engagement Seminar series with their final virtual session of the semester: A Multidisciplinary Systems Approach to Community Engagement.
All graduate students are encouraged to attend a special GPSPD session on Oct. 29 titled “Strategizing for Life after the PhD” with guest speaker Renã AS Robinson, PhD, founder of Purposeful PhD.
Teaching & Learning Innovation will host their FUEL Professional Development Seminar for graduate students interested in enhancing their teaching skills.
On Thursday, September 30, the Division of Diversity and Engagement continues its virtual Community Engagement Series with the second seminar: Building Knoxville Partnerships with Social Capital.
Learn more about UT’s Title IX Commitment at the Office of Title IX’s Annual Town Hall on September 9th from 4-5pm in the Student Union, room 169 or via Zoom.
The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development (ORIED) is pleased to welcome Dr. Margaret Martonosi, Assistant Director, NSF Computer and Information Science & Engineering (CISE), for a virtual campus visit on Thursday, October 28, 1:00-3:00 PM EDT.
The Office of Online Learning & Academic Programs is starting their Fall 2021 Brown Bag series August 20 at noon.
The Office of Diversity and Engagement is sponsoring the Community Engagement Series in fall 2021. There are a number of sessions to help UT engage with communities, both locally and globally.