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Employee Engagement Town Hall — Video

An Employee Engagement Town Hall was held Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Dr. Richard Brown, chair of the UT Compensation Advisory Board (CAB), outlined CAB initiatives and progress. Rich Boyer from ModernThink explained preliminary results of the Employee Engagement survey.

Faculty and Staff Achievements Fall 2014

Abdollah Arabshahi, Research Professor, Computational Engineering Student Graduated: Mr. Ross Gruetzemacher Master of Science: Computational Engineering Thesis Title: “Numerical Simulation of Human Breathing and Particle Transport Through a CT-Based Pulmonary Airway Geometry” Chairperson: Dr. Abdollah Arabshahi Publications: Gruetzemacher, R., Arabshahi, A., and Sreenivas, K.,”Numerical Simulation of Airflow in a CT-based Human Airway Model With Physiologically Appropriate Boundary Conditions,” Poster Presentation within the Respiratory Bioengineering Track, Biomedical Engineering Society Annual

Faculty and Staff Achievements Summer 2014

Nesli Alp, Interim Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science Paper entitled “Creating a Plan for Building Information Modeling”published at the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) 2014 Conference proceedings. Paper entitled “Using Industry-Sponsored Projects to Improve Outcomes”is accepted for presentation and publication at the 2014 International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) Conference in Virginia Beach, VA on October 15-18,

Faculty and Staff Achievements Spring 2014

Titus Albu, Assistant Professor, Chemistry Presented “Theoretical studies of hydrogen abstraction reactions from hydrofluoroethanes” at Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlanta, GA, November 12-16, 2013. Presented “Fluorescence and electrophoresis studies on lysozyme modifications induced by p-benzoquinone” at Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlanta, GA, November 12-16, 2013. Deborah Elwell Arfken, Director and Professor, University Planning; Political Science, Public Administration, Nonprofit Management Served as

Anne Mayer shares her experience with the UTC Sick Leave Bank

Ann Mayer knows why it’s important to be a member of the Sick Leave Bank—it was there when she really needed it. Mayer joined the University 14 years ago. Her mentor at UTC strongly encouraged her to become a Sick Leave Bank member. During her UTC orientation, Mayer signed up for insurance and additional benefits, but neglected to sign up for the Sick Leave Bank. Her mentor reminded her

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