Fall 2022 | Issue 5 | October 21
Faculty Research Submission Form
|If you have not already done so, please submit your current research and expertise
for the soon to be created, searchable research feature for the website. This will
help promote collaboration and disseminate information to potential students and sponsors,
both governmental and private.
Official University of Memphis Email Signatures
Please take a moment to update your email signatures using the official University
of Memphis Template. The template helps us increase brand recognition and allows faculty,
staff and athletics staff members to stand out through the use of distinctive University
marks, tailored to each position.
University Marketing & Communications has provided a step-by-step guide
, which outlines how to edit your email signature and how to upload the signature
into Outlook. On the website, you will also find helpful guidelines for email signature
usage, the handling of social media icons and signature examples for faculty, staff
and athletics. Visit memphis.edu/emailsignatures
for more information.
These email signatures are provided for faculty and staff only. Students are provided
an email signature tailored to their needs.
If you need assistance, please contact Kimberly Rogers, assistant director of Marketing
& Communications, at email@example.com
The CAESER Division of Transportation and Logistics, the Southeast Transportation
Workforce Center, and the Memphis World Trade Club are pleased to partner again this
year to host the 16th Annual State of Freight conference!
Don't miss out! Attend the conference on November 10 at the University of Memphis
in advance of the 71st annual Port of New Orleans Night (hosted at the Peabody Hotel).
Learn from thought leaders and join in on discussions around the future of freight-
including electrification and alternative fuels, state of freight in Tennessee, and
where we are headed with AI, robotics and autonomy!
>> Conference Agenda (pdf)
>> Conference registration (FREE)
>> Port of New Orleans Night registration
Thank you to our partners and sponsors!
UofM to Help Advance State's Transportation System
|Dr. Shahram Pezeshk, PI
The University of Memphis was recently awarded a $1,000,000 contract with the Tennessee
Department of Transportation (TDOT) through the University Technical Assistance Program
(UTAP). The purpose of this program is to receive assistance from state-based universities
to help advance the state’s transportation system through statewide and/or regional
planning initiatives using state-based university faculty and staff resources, leverage
institutional expertise and increase partnerships with state-based universities, and
increase the ability for state higher education institutions to provide technical
services beyond typical research related opportunities. The program moves innovative
transportation technologies and practices into the hands of the people charged with
maintaining Tennessee’s local transportation systems. The awarded contract is effective
as of August 1, 2022, and terminates July 31, 2024.
The contract awarded to the University of Memphis includes 21 faculty members from
ten departments and is headed by Dr. Shahram Pezeshk, Chair and Professor of Civil
Joint Program in Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series
Friday, October 21, 3:30 to 4:30 PM
North Auditorium, Coleman Building
956 Court Ave.
UT Health Science Center
Speaker One: Alexis Nelson, PhDCandidate
Biomedical Sciences Program/Rehabilitation Sciences Track
College of Health Professionals
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Title: “Muscle Activation Patterns during Active External Rotation after a Reverse Total
Speaker Two: Hailey Fong, PhDCandidate
College of Health Sciences
The University of Memphis
Title: "Influence of breast support on trunk-pelvis coordination during a lateral cutting
TN Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (TLSAMP) Information Session
October 26 | 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
202C Engineering Administration (Dean's Conference Room)
For more information, email Kenneth Hoggan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHPE Information Session
October 26 | 11:30 AM to 1 PM
Come and learn about SHPE, the nation's largest association dedicated to fostering Hispanic leadership in the
STEM field, and how we plan to start a student chapter. There will be FREE FOOD (not pizza), but you must register. The presentation is only 15 mins, so stop by anytime.
>> Register now
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