The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has multiple graduate programs highly ranked in the 2022 U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings report—enough to earn a U.S. News Best Graduate Schools designation.
Knoxville Chamber Issues Significant Report Titled “Workforce Redefined . . . A Path to Prosperity Strategy”
The Knoxville Chamber released a significant report crafted by a 20-person committee that represented a cross-section of the community. Titled “Workforce Redefined . . . A Path to Prosperity Strategy,” the roadmap addresses one of the key priorities of the Chamber’s five-year strategic plan, appropriately named “Path to Prosperity.” To realize the full potential of the five pillars that are the foundation of the plan, the region must have a well-trained, vibrant workforce with the skills required for the jobs of the future.
Anna Douglas, co-founder and CEO of SkyNano Technologies writes... if the program is not restored, job-creating tech startups across Tennessee will be forced to look at relocating to a more fertile growth environment.
As the pandemic begins to lose its grip on our businesses and our lives, there are lots of thoughts being proffered about the future of work.
Cynthia Jenks has been selected associate laboratory director for the Physical Sciences Directorate at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She joins the lab April 19.