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The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) College of Social Work is seeking a highly regarded scholar to fill the position of Betsey R. Bush Endowed Professor in Behavioral Health in its Center for Behavioral Health Research (CBHR). This endowed professorship offers an outstanding opportunity for an experienced behavioral health researcher to pursue their program of research full-time, with significant potential for collaboration with creative colleagues and doctoral students. This hard-money, 9-month tenured faculty position offers a highly competitive salary with excellent fringe benefits.

It is an exciting time to join the College of Social Work and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s main campus, a time of possibility and change. The College is under the leadership of a new Dean, Dr. Lori Messinger, and a new Chancellor, Dr. Donde Plowman, who together embrace a vision of the College as a national leader in engaged scholarship and a strong collaborator across the university and the country. The person hired in this position would be a part of imagining the future and setting the priorities for the next chapter of our College.

The successful candidate is a respected researcher with a strong record of scholarly accomplishment, including a sustained record of funding from NIH, NSF, and/or other external funders. The applicant’s area of research should fit under the broad category of behavioral health. Preference will be given to researchers who demonstrate interdisciplinary research experience.

The Betsy Bush professor will serve as a mentor for junior faculty and PhD students, so we are seeking applicants with demonstrated experience in creating a diverse, dynamic research and training environment. We would also prefer a colleague who is a collaborative, team-oriented leader, with an interest in engaging faculty and researchers within the college, the Social Work Office of Research and Public Service, across the University, and in other institutions nationally and internationally.

To be considered for this outstanding opportunity, qualified candidates will have:

  • Doctoral degree in social work, psychology, medicine, public health, sociology or other behavior health-related field.
  • Professional qualifications for appointment to full professor.
  • An established, active program of research related to behavioral health care.
  • A strong record of scholarly accomplishment, including a sustained record of external funding.
  • Evidence of strong commitment to continuing his/her programs of research.
  • Evidence of commitment to mentoring junior faculty and post-doctoral fellows who are developing programs of externally-funded research.
  • An articulated understanding of diversity and inclusive excellence in scholarship, and evidence of commitment to creating an inclusive, supportive climate.

Candidates meeting preferred qualifications will have:

  • Graduate degree in Social Work
  • History of a commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary research efforts.
  • Experience leading team-based research groups.

The Center for Behavioral Health Research (CBHR) conducts a broad spectrum of behavioral health studies of at-risk children, adolescents, adults, families, and communities. The CBHR’s research incorporates faculty, staff, and students from a variety of disciplines at UTK and other universities. Since its founding in 1988, the CBHR’s work has been largely funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Other funders include the Health Resources and Services Administration, The W.T. Grant Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and other private foundations and donors.

The search committee invites letters of nomination or expression of interest. Applications should include a letter of interest, CV, a one page research statement, one or two representative papers, and a list of three professional references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by January 31,2020, though review will continue until the appointment is made. All inquiries and materials should be submitted to:

Office of the Dean
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Social Work
402 Henson Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
(865) 974-6693
cswdean@utk.edu

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Social Work invites applications for a full-time faculty position as Director of the Doctor of Social Work (DSW) program on our Knoxville campus. We are looking for a proven leader who has strong clinical practice experience, understands the needs of working MSW-level practitioners, and has a background working with online education. We also seek a leader who can help the College move forward in our commitment to equity, inclusive excellence, and social justice. This position is a 12-month position and applicants would need to meet the qualifications to be hired at the Associate level or above.

It is an exciting time to join the College of Social Work and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s campus, a time of possibility and change. The College is under the leadership of a new Dean, Dr. Lori Messinger, and a new Chancellor, Dr. Donde Plowman, who together embrace a vision of the College as a national leader in engaged scholarship and a strong collaborator across the university and the country. The person hired in this position would be a part of imagining the future and setting the priorities for the next chapter of our College.

We are looking for an applicant who can help us move our nationally recognized and widely respected, advanced clinical doctoral program to the next level. The hybrid/online intensive DSW Program enrolls more than 60 working professionals and prepares graduates for advanced clinical practice and leadership. The DSW Director is responsible for coordinating recruitment and admissions, scheduling courses and instructors, overseeing our summer student orientation, monitoring and supporting student progress, chairing the DSW program committee, interfacing with various administrative units across the university, and working with the Dean to represent and promote the program nationally and internationally.

Required Qualifications:

  • MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program and a doctorate in Social Work or a related field.
  • Five years of experience as a clinical social worker and/or social work manager
  • Evidence of ability to support the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Evidence of ability to teach at the graduate level
  • Strong and effective written and verbal skills
  • Evidence of substantive expertise in one or more content areas in the DSW curriculum
  • Demonstrated leadership in the profession

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in doctoral education and academic administration
  • Experience with online education

With over 700 students enrolled in undergraduate, MSW, DSW, and PhD programs in Knoxville, Nashville, and online, the College is preparing highly qualified social workers to address areas of need across the state, the country, and the globe. The UTK Master of Social Work program was ranked 22nd out of all public institutions in the nation by US News and World Report. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the state’s flagship, land grant campus and an R1 institution

The Knoxville campus is nestled next to the thriving downtown area, which offers an array of local restaurants, shopping and entertainment just a short walk from campus. Knoxville enjoys the charm of a small southern city with opportunities and activities that range from green energy initiatives to thriving cultural, music, and outdoor recreation scenes. Knoxville’s diverse culture brings events such as Asian Festival, Knoxville Opera`s Rossini Festival, Kuumba Festival, Hola Festival, the Big Ears Festival, Dogwood Arts Festival, and numerous other music festivals and artists. We are home to Knoxville Museum of Art, East Tennessee History Museum, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and UT Knoxville’s Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History. Citing both affordability and quality of life, U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville among the best places to live. Numerous lakes and rivers surround the city, and Knoxville is located less than one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter addressing professional experience relevant to each required and preferred qualification, curriculum vitae, and names/addresses (postal and e-mail) and phone numbers of three references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by March 20, 2020, though review will continue until the appointments are made. Please submit materials to:

Ms. Natalie Crippen
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Social Work
402 Henson Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
(865) 974-6693
ncrippen@utk.edu

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work invites applications for a 12-month, full-time, tenure track faculty position as Director of the PhD program in Social Work on our Knoxville campus. The faculty member will be hired at the Associate Professor or Professor level. We are looking for a proven leader who has strong research experience, understands doctoral education, and has experience with mentoring doctoral students. We also seek a leader who can help the College move forward in our commitment to equity, inclusive excellence, and social justice.

It is an exciting time to join the College of Social Work and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s campus, a time of possibility and change. The College is under the leadership of a new Dean, Dr. Lori Messinger, and a new Chancellor, Dr. Donde Plowman, who together embrace a vision of the College as a national leader in engaged scholarship and a strong collaborator across the university and the country. The person hired in this position would be a part of imagining the future and setting the priorities for the next chapter of our College.

We are looking for an applicant who can provide creative leadership to our doctoral program. The PhD program’s goal is to create scholars who will develop and disseminate new knowledge about interventions, programs, and policies that will advance social justice and improve quality of life and well-being for vulnerable groups of people. The PhD Director is responsible for coordinating recruitment and admissions, managing student funding, scheduling courses and instructors, overseeing student orientation, monitoring student progress, supporting student professional growth and career preparation, chairing the PhD program committee, creating and implementing program improvements, interfacing with various administrative units across the university, and working with the Dean to represent and promote the program nationally and internationally.

Required Qualifications:

  • PhD in Social Work or a related field
  • Graduate degree in social work (MSW/PhD)
  • Three-to-five years of experience as a tenured faculty member at a research institution
  • Evidence of a strong research background
  • Evidence of ability to support the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Evidence of ability to teach at the graduate level

Preferred Qualifications:

  • MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program
  • Experience in doctoral education and academic administration
  • Experience with funded research

With over 700 students enrolled in undergraduate, MSW, DSW, and PhD programs in Knoxville, Nashville, and online, the College is preparing highly qualified social workers to address areas of need across the state, the country, and the globe. The UTK Master of Social Work program was ranked 22nd out of all public institutions in the nation by US News and World Report. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the state’s flagship, land grant campus and an R1 institution

The Knoxville campus is nestled next to the thriving downtown area, which offers an array of local restaurants, shopping and entertainment just a short walk from campus. Knoxville enjoys the charm of a small southern city with opportunities and activities that range from green energy initiatives to thriving cultural, music, and outdoor recreation scenes. Knoxville’s diverse culture brings events such as Asian Festival, Knoxville Opera`s Rossini Festival, Kuumba Festival, Hola Festival, the Big Ears Festival, Dogwood Arts Festival, and numerous other music festivals and artists. We are home to Knoxville Museum of Art, East Tennessee History Museum, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and UT Knoxville’s Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History. Citing both affordability and quality of life, U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville among the best places to live. Numerous lakes and rivers surround the city, and Knoxville is located less than one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter addressing professional experience relevant to each required and preferred qualification, curriculum vitae, and names/addresses (postal and e-mail) and phone numbers of three references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by March 20, 2020, though review will continue until the appointments are made. Please submit materials to:

Ms. Natalie Crippen
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Social Work
402 Henson Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
(865) 974-6693
ncrippen@utk.edu

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, 12-month faculty position as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Social Work (DSW) program on our Knoxville campus. We are looking for a proven graduate instructor who has strong clinical practice experience, understands the needs of working MSW-level practitioners, and has experience with graduate education. We also seek a leader who can help the College move forward in our commitment to equity, inclusive excellence, and social justice.

It is an exciting time to join the College of Social Work and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s campus, a time of possibility and change. The College is under the leadership of a new Dean, Dr. Lori Messinger, and a new Chancellor, Dr. Donde Plowman, who together embrace a vision of the College as a national leader in engaged scholarship and a strong collaborator across the university and the country. The person hired in this position would be a part of imagining the future and setting the priorities for the next chapter of our College.

We are looking for an applicant who can become part of the team supporting our widely respected, advanced clinical doctoral program. The hybrid/online intensive DSW Program enrolls more than 60 working professionals and prepares graduates for advanced clinical practice and leadership. Clinical faculty members develop and revise courses, teach courses in the DSW curriculum using our hybrid/online model, mentor DSW students, and provide supervision of DSW research projects.

Required Qualifications:

  • A doctorate in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, or Counseling Psychology, or a closely related field.
  • Five years of post-MSW or doctoral clinical practice experience
  • Evidence of ability to teach at the graduate level
  • Evidence of ability to support the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Evidence of substantive expertise in one or more content areas in the DSW curriculum

Preferred Qualifications:

  • MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited program
  • Experience in doctoral education
  • Experience with clinical, translational, or program evaluation research and/or leadership/management
  • Experience with online education

With over 700 students enrolled in undergraduate, MSW, DSW, and PhD programs in Knoxville, Nashville, and online, the College is preparing highly qualified social workers to address areas of need across the state, the country, and the globe. The UTK Master of Social Work program was ranked 22nd out of all public institutions in the nation by US News and World Report. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the state’s flagship, land grant campus and an R1 institution

The Knoxville campus is nestled next to the thriving downtown area, which offers an array of local restaurants, shopping and entertainment just a short walk from campus. Knoxville enjoys the charm of a small southern city with opportunities and activities that range from green energy initiatives to thriving cultural, music, and outdoor recreation scenes. Knoxville’s diverse culture brings events such as Asian Festival, Knoxville Opera`s Rossini Festival, Kuumba Festival, Hola Festival, the Big Ears Festival, Dogwood Arts Festival, and numerous other music festivals and artists. We are home to Knoxville Museum of Art, East Tennessee History Museum, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and UT Knoxville’s Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History. Citing both affordability and quality of life, U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville among the best places to live. Numerous lakes and rivers surround the city, and Knoxville is located less than one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter addressing professional experience relevant to each required and preferred qualification, curriculum vitae, and names/addresses (postal and e-mail) and phone numbers of three references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by March 20, 2020, though review will continue until the appointments are made. Please submit materials to:

Ms. Natalie Crippen
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Social Work
402 Henson Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
(865) 974-6693
ncrippen@utk.edu

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work invites applications for a full-time, 12-month non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Practice to serve as Coordinator of Field Education for the Online BSSW program. The position is a one year renewable appointment. Salary is competitive and dependent upon qualifications. The position will be located at the College of Social Work Knoxville Campus.

This position has responsibility for oversight of field education for the Online BSSW Program, including student placement planning, development of field placement sites and field instructors, coordination and provision of field liaison services, student field instruction and supervision, instruction of field seminars, problem-solving, and engagement in continuous upgrading of field curriculum and procedures with the field faculty. This position will assist with orientation for BSSW online students and support other BSSW program activities. This position may also support MSSW field education functions, as needed.

This position is supervised by the Director of Field and International Education and coordinates and works collaboratively the Director of the BSSW Program, the BSSW Knoxville Field Coordinator, and the BSSW Advisor. Some travel is required.

Required Qualifications:

  • A master’s degree in social work from a CSWE-accredited program
  • A minimum of two years of post-master’s practice experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience as a field instructor and/or field liaison
  • Evidence of the ability to support the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Experience with online education

With over 700 students enrolled in undergraduate, MSW, DSW, and PhD programs in Knoxville, Nashville, and online, the College is preparing highly qualified social workers to address areas of need across the state, the country, and the globe. The UTK Master of Social Work program was ranked 22nd out of all public institutions in the nation by US News and World Report. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the state’s flagship, land grant campus and an R1 institution

The Knoxville campus is nestled next to the thriving downtown area, which offers an array of local restaurants, shopping and entertainment just a short walk from campus. Knoxville enjoys the charm of a small southern city with opportunities and activities that range from green energy initiatives to thriving cultural, music, and outdoor recreation scenes. Knoxville’s diverse culture brings events such as Asian Festival, Knoxville Opera`s Rossini Festival, Kuumba Festival, Hola Festival, the Big Ears Festival, Dogwood Arts Festival, and numerous other music festivals and artists. We are home to Knoxville Museum of Art, East Tennessee History Museum, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and UT Knoxville’s Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History. Citing both affordability and quality of life, U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville among the best places to live. Numerous lakes and rivers surround the city, and Knoxville is located less than one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter addressing professional experience relevant to each required and preferred qualification, curriculum vitae, and names/addresses (postal and e-mail) and phone numbers of three references. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by March 20, 2020, though review will continue until the appointments are made. Please submit materials to:

Ms. Natalie Crippen
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Social Work
402 Henson Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
(865) 974-6693
ncrippen@utk.edu

Grant Writer – Coordinator II, Regular Full-time, Pay Grade 41

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work invites applications for a full-time Grant Writer. This position will work within the University of Tennessee College of Social Work Office of Research and Public Service (UT SWORPS) in partnership with the College of Social Work (CSW) to collaborate with faculty, program evaluation/research teams, and community organizations to pursue significant external funding opportunities that advance the CSW priorities for community-engaged research. The position will enhance the CSW s research enterprise through expert, on-going technical direction and guidance to faculty, staff, and graduate students. Responsibilities are described below.

Duties/Responsibilities
Grant proposal development

  • Collaborate with faculty, program evaluation/research teams, and community partners to coordinate, build, and submit grant proposals and applications aimed at opportunities with the potential for community-engaged research. Manages, edits, writes, and coordinates design and other activities related to proposal development.
  • Provide technical assistance from analysis of the RFP to extract requirements, to the initial stages of proposal planning and budget development, through proposal submission to the funding agency.
  • Coordinate grant proposal development activities including preparing and/or editing written material for grant proposals to conform to publication style and publisher or sponsor guidelines; proofreading manuscripts of technical, scientific, or legal nature; coordinate the submission of proposal; ensuring the completion of production according to established deadline, and delegating/tracking tasks to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Coordinate the strategic development of large proposals (multi-year, multi-investigator projects). Establish submission timeline; develop matrix of requirements – requires participation in strategic planning to identify areas of strength to capitalize on research capabilities, appropriate actions to align research expertise with opportunities, and ability to anticipate problems from a broad, interactive perspective and address them proactively, outstanding customer service skills, and ability to work and/or lead (as appropriate) within a team.

Engages in research intelligence

  • Research and identify faculty research interests and strengths, prioritizing CSW faculty, but inviting interdisciplinary collaboration as well.
  • Analyze and targets funding opportunities with specific interest in opportunities that would bring CSW faculty and UT SWORPS expertise together to address local community and state needs.
  • Manage activities related to early warning for funding opportunities, federal agency engagement, proposal development, internal faculty interest, and external collaborators for large funding opportunities.
  • Identify senior participants and research partners. Coordinate with external partners as appropriate to ensure community-engaged scholarship, both meeting the needs of external partners, while also having explicit intent to address research questions and contribute to the research literature.

Liaison

  • Facilitate the resolution of sponsored research-related issues referred by departmental personnel and/or university research administrators
  • Provide on-going updates and information regarding the status of research activities for the UT SWORPS Director, CSW Dean, Associate Dean for Research, and Research Center Director
  • Serve as liaison with deans, department heads, faculty, senior administrators, external research partners, and funding agency representatives to facilitate collaborative research activities and clarify procedures and regulations during proposal development stage.
  • Interact with other internal administrative units on campus such as Office of Research & Engagement (ORE), Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), Sponsored Projects Accounting (SPA), UT Research Foundation (UTRF), UT Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) and Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (OIRA) for information exchange, problem resolution, and clarification of policies and procedures.
  • Draft research agreements and memorandums of understanding, including intellectual property clauses with potential funding organizations.

Outreach/represent CSW and UT SWORPS

    As a representative of the CSW and UT SWORPS, develops collaborative relationships with other University departments and faculty, state and local government, nonprofit organizations, and businesses.
  • Actively participates in strategic planning, team building, and coordination with the CSW and UT SWORPS.
  • Collaborates with faculty and research teams to strategize and deliver complex proposals.
  • Facilitates interdisciplinary teams while maximizing University capacity and resources.

This position is supervised by the Director of Field and International Education and coordinates and works collaboratively the Director of the BSSW Program, the BSSW Knoxville Field Coordinator, and the BSSW Advisor. Some travel is required.


Qualifications/Position Requirements:

Education

  • Master’s degree in social work, public administration, nonprofit management, grant writing, or related fieldsocial work, public administration, public policy, or related field required.
  • Doctoral degree in social work, public administration, public policy, or related field preferred.

Required level/type of experience:

  • 5 years related experience in academic/scholarly grant writing and grants/contract administration.
  • 5 experience directly related to sponsored research with extensive experience with county, state, federal, non-profit (and for-profit) funding agencies.
  • Experience communicating complex, technical issues to various audiences.
  • Experience leading teams and coordinating teams with members from numerous entities.

Preferred level/type of experience:

  • Demonstrated experience securing federal and non-federal grant funding.
  • Experience working with faculty and other researchers in an academic setting and with sponsoring agency personnel to seek grant funding.
  • Sponsored research experience preferably in an academic setting.

Preferred knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Demonstrated experience securing federal and non-federal grant funding.
  • Experience working with faculty and other researchers in an academic setting and with sponsoring agency personnel to seek grant funding.
  • Sponsored research experience preferably in an academic setting.

Competencies/Qualifications:

  • Superior critical analyses abilities; keen attention to detail.
  • Excellent computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, database programs, internet searches, and web-based research administration and research funding software.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to manage a significant volume of transactions and to juggle multiple tasks. Ability to translate technical/scientific concepts into a fundable proposal.
  • Ability to analyze, interpret and implement University policies and procedures.
  • Planning, problem-solving and analytical skill, and independent judgment.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Working knowledge of myriad funding agency-specific guidelines relative to sponsored research.

With over 700 students enrolled in undergraduate, MSW, DSW, and PhD programs in Knoxville, Nashville, and online, the College is preparing highly qualified social workers to address areas of need across the state, the country, and the globe. The UTK Master of Social Work program was ranked 22nd out of all public institutions in the nation by US News and World Report. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is the state’s flagship, land grant campus and an R1 institution

The Knoxville campus is nestled next to the thriving downtown area, which offers an array of local restaurants, shopping and entertainment just a short walk from campus. Knoxville enjoys the charm of a small southern city with opportunities and activities that range from green energy initiatives to thriving cultural, music, and outdoor recreation scenes. Knoxville’s diverse culture brings events such as Asian Festival, Knoxville Opera`s Rossini Festival, Kuumba Festival, Hola Festival, the Big Ears Festival, Dogwood Arts Festival, and numerous other music festivals and artists. We are home to Knoxville Museum of Art, East Tennessee History Museum, Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and UT Knoxville’s Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History. Citing both affordability and quality of life, U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville among the best places to live. Numerous lakes and rivers surround the city, and Knoxville is located less than one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Interested individuals should apply on the University’s Human Resources web site – specifically, on the position posting.


General Inquiries

For general inquiries about employment opportunities at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, contact the university’s human resource department at:
http://hr.utk.edu/recruitment/

For general inquiries about employment opportunities at the College of Social Work at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, contact the Budget Director, Tiffany Harmon at:
tharmon2@utk.edu
(865) 974-3136


All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment and admission without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, and parental status, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law. In accordance with the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the University of Tennessee affirmatively states that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or disability in its education programs and activities, and this policy extends to employment by the university. Inquiries and charges of violation of Title VI (race, color, and national origin), Title IX (sex), Section 504 (disability), the ADA (disability), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (age), sexual orientation, or veteran status should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity, 1840 Melrose Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996-3560, telephone 865-974-2498. Requests for accommodation of a disability should be directed to the ADA Coordinator at the Office of Equity and Diversity.