The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Tennessee Manufacturers Association, and the Alliance for Better Nonprofits have partnered with us to create a series of webinars for businesses and nonprofits geared toward tackling common issues faced during the global coronavirus pandemic.
Without a doubt, 2020 has been a year of great adversity. Some may be running low on energy or drive, or overwhelmed with problems, as COVID-19 has severely disrupted the way we work, live and play. As a result of our current COVID climate, UT is seeking to solve our state’s most complex problems.
As we approach our fall semester, I am optimistic about our re-entry to campus. Our faculty and staff have been heroic in their efforts this spring, and remain focused on putting students first despite adversity.
In these challenging times, all of us are determined to keep what is most important first in every action and every decision: the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff – nothing will have a higher priority.