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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

2014 Service Award Honorees

For the past 34 years staff and faculty have been celebrated for their hard work, dedication, and commitment to The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Recipients will be honored at the Annual Service Awards Program with a luncheon

Invitation to Self-Identify as a Veteran or Employee with a Disability

Please notify the University at any time of a current or previous disability or veteran status using the employee self-service website. Information submitted will be kept confidential and used for federal reporting and recordkeeping purposes only.

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Background checks to include newly hired temporary employees and adjunct instructors effective July 1, 2014

Effective July 1, 2014, pre-employment background checks will be required for new hires in all temporary positions (including adjunct instructors), as well as regular positions.

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