University of Tennessee Interim President Randy Boyd is scheduled to visit the University of Tennessee at Martin for a town hall meeting from 3-4:30 p.m., March 10, in the Boling University Center Watkins Auditorium to discuss the proposed removal of the interim designation from his title as UT president.
Boyd’s appearance on campus is in response to the Feb. 19 UT Board of Trustees meeting in which Chair John Compton proposed to appoint Boyd as the official UT System president, allowing Boyd to serve for an additional five years. Boyd will host a town hall meeting at each UT campus to discuss his vision for the future of the UT System and receive feedback from faculty, students, alumni and community members on his performance to date as interim president before final decisions are made.
Boyd has served as the interim president since November 2018 and spent his first day in office at UT Martin.
Attendees who want to submit a question for Boyd in advance of the town hall meeting can do so at presidenttownhall.questionpro.com.
Boyd will also visit UT Chattanooga on March 4; the UT Health Science Center on March 5; UT Knoxville on March 9; and constituents in Nashville at the UT Polk Avenue Building on March 11, which will be live-streamed for UT employees.
For more information, visit trustees.tennessee.edu/ut-president-town-hall.