Daily Archives: August 4, 2017

Important Academic Standing Message


If you have an “I” from summer 2016, it will soon convert to an “F.”  Your instructor will have to submit all change of grade forms for summer 2016, by noon on August 9, 2017.  This will allow staff to … Continue reading

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Two faculty positions at Queens University


The School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University (Ontario) is looking for an epidemiologist who focuses on physical activity and on children. The position is for an assistant professor. Ideally, the candidates would be someone teaching progressive, equity-oriented epidemiology. … Continue reading

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Reminder: Graduate School’s NEW GTA Orientation


Graduate School’s NEW GTA Orientation Who: All new Graduate Teaching Assistants and Associates Required or not? Yes, if you have a GTA appointment for Fall 2017. When: Thursday, August 10, 2017 8:00am – 11am Where: Crown Plaza Knoxville Registration or … Continue reading

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Reminder: Graduate School’s New Student Orientation


Graduate School’s New Student Orientation Who: All new graduate students Required or not? Highly encouraged but not required When: Tuesday, August 8, 2017 8:00am – 1:00pm Where: Holiday Inn Knoxville Downtown Registration or RSVP: You must register yourself via the … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Publishing workshop


The new Best Practices in Publishing workshop series is a collaboration between the UT Libraries and the Graduate School. Registration will be limited to 30 students. Here are the topics: Sept. 5 – Publishing: The Long Journey (A Panel Discussion) Sept. 12 – … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Teaching Program


The Best Practices in Teaching Programs for Graduate Assistants and Associates, Postdoctoral Lecturers, and New Faculty The Best Practices in Teaching program provides opportunities to discuss teaching-related issues with new and experienced faculty and peers from across the university. This … Continue reading

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