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Returning to Campus? Check out our summer series!

Human Resources in partnership with Be Well, Early Learning Center, Optum, Division of Student Life, and College of Veterinary Medicine, is excited to offer summer support sessions to assist you as we look towards transitioning back to campus.

Registration for all sessions will be in K@TE. We want to make registration as easy as possible for you. Take a second to log into K@TE. Once you have logged into K@TE, return to this email and click or tap on the session title(s) below for the sessions you would like to attend. Confirm your registration by clicking or tapping “Request” to register.

Return to Rocky Top Summer Series

(If you have additional questions contact: Darrell Easley at

  • June 9, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.      

Remember Your Resources

It’s always good to be reminded of resources available to you as an employee of UT! Join Abigail Brumfield (Big Orange Pantry), Julie Roe (946-CARE), Laura Ketola (Jones Center for Leadership and Service, and Matthew Cramer, (Optum) as they discuss various resources to assist in your return to campus and beyond.

  •  June 16, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

A Human-Centered Workplace: Re-envision Your Work-Life Balance

Join Danielle Bohn, Employee Wellness Coordinator with Be Well as she creates a space to acknowledge and discuss creating healthy boundaries for re-establishing work-life balance that will be critical for a successful fall semester.

  •  June 23, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Got Kids and Transitioning Back to Campus? Keep it Real with Robyn Brookshire

Bring your triumphs and challenges with you to this session. Robyn Brookshire, Director of the Early Learning Center, will be live to answer your questions.

  •  June 29, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Transitioning With Pets

Our furry friends have had their humans by their side every day for over a year now and all of the sudden, they may not. Elizabeth Strand, Director, Veterinary Social Work, and Julie Albright, Assistant Professor, Department of Small Animal Clinical Services, will share helpful strategies for both the pet and human in this informative interview with Mary Lucal, AVC, Human Resources.

 Be on the lookout… July Summer Series being released soon!