After eight years in office, University of Tennessee System President Joe DiPietro steps down from his post on Nov. 21, ahead of his official retirement from the University in February 2019. Chancellor Steve Angle hosts a campus-wide reception on Wednesday to which all faculty and staff are invited to stop by on DiPietro’s last official…
Annual Service Awards were presented to UTC employees on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
UT President Joe DiPietro discussed a new strategic plan for the University of Tennessee during his visit to UTC, meeting with community and campus groups throughout the day Monday, October 3rd. “Defining the Future, the UT Strategic Planning Process” is described as an overarching plan for the system.
President Joe DiPietro told a group of Chattanooga community leaders he supports UTC as it aspires to build upon its success as an engaged metropolitan university and become one of the top five public master’s universities in the South. UTC is currently ranked in the top 20 graduate schools by U.S. News and World Report.
Students and administrators from UTC joined others from The University of Tennessee system in celebrating major milestones at its sixth UT Day on the Hill. As the university celebrates its 125th anniversary, UTC has solidified its role and importance in Chattanooga and the surrounding area.
Dr. Joe DiPietro enjoyed a TRIBUTE Employee Appreciation pizza party event before the Mocs basketball game against Wofford at the McKenzie Arena.
Dr. Joe DiPietro began his first day of work today as the new University of Tennessee president. DiPietro previously served as the chancellor of the UT Institute of Agriculture. He was elected the 24th president by the Board of Trustees on Oct. 22, 2010. [Read more]
Former Interim UT President Jan Simek called newly named UT President Joe DiPietro “the right man for the job” when he introduced the 24th president to UTC faculty, staff, students and friends of the University.
Dr. Joe DiPietro has been named President of The University of Tennessee. “I am very pleased that Dr. Joe DiPietro will be our new president. He is extremely well-qualified and has a deep understanding of the University of Tennessee and higher education in Tennessee. He has a strong vision for moving the University of Tennessee…