Three candidates for the Dean position in the College of Health Professions will be on campus for various meetings in the coming days. During their time on campus, they will each deliver presentations that are open to the campus to attend in person and view online.
Please visit this website for links to their CVs as well as links to view their presentations: https://uthsc.edu/cohp-dean-search/.
Dr. Yongqiang Feng, Assistant Member, Department of Immunology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, will present a seminar entitled, “Probing Regulatory T cell Development and Function from Non-coding Genetic Elements”, on Monday, May 22, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., in the MSB Conference Room 201A.
Join the Office of Research Wednesday, May 24th from 1-2pm in the TSRB conference room 100 for a special seminar featuring Dr. Aaron B. Bowman, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Biochemistry, and Neurology at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Bowman will lecture on the topic “Manganese biology, neurotoxicity and genetics in neurodegenerative disease.” Light refreshments will be served!
Join the Office of Research this Tues., May 23 in the GEB A104 at noon for Hot Topics in Research featuring Dr. Richard Magid, Vice President of UTRF. Richard will detail services that UTRF has available for researchers. Specific areas to be covered: How new ideas are evaluated, What to expect when your invention is licensed to industry, & New UTRF programming. Free lunch for the first 50 people!
Nominations will be accepted through 10/11/2017. Eight courses offered in four day-long modules (11/15-16, 12/6-7/2017). Collaborative learning designed for new supervisors.
Submit nominations no later than 10/11/2017 to Leah Graves, Lgraves1@tennessee.edu.
UTHSC Contact: Kendy Kallaher, Employee Relations Team Leader 448-3053
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to participate in Meditation, which will be held today in SASSI Conference Room – GEB CB15 from 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm. To listen online, go to uthsc.edu/sassi and click Meditation.
Maintenance to be performed on the Cisco ISE servers to address security and software bug issues Thursday evening.
Giving and receiving feedback effectively is a crucial competency for supervisors, managers and leaders. This webinar reviews why feedback is can be so challenging and why it is necessary in the development of positive working relationships.
Offered via ZOOM. Participants can access the webinar through their office computers.
June 15, 2017, 11:30-12:45 CST
Registration online: https://uthr.admin.utk.edu/TandD/Management_Supervision.shtml#MS18