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Emily Parker D.

Assistant Dean of Students

University of Tennessee Athletics

Direct Phone: (865) ***-****       

Email: e***@***.edu

University of Tennessee Athletics

1741 Volunteer Blvd.

Knoxville, Tennessee 37996

United States

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The University of Tennessee is committed to the development of individuals and of society as a whole through the cultivation and enrichment of the human mind and spirit. This is accomplished through teaching, scholarship, artistic creation, public service... more

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U-T San Diego

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Third-Year International Relations and Global Studies Student and A Member of the Longhorn Band
University of Texas at Austin

Education



University of Texas at Austin

bachelor's Degree

UT

master's degree

UT

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Emily Parker is moving up the ...

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Emily Parker is moving up the ladder.

After serving 18 months as the University of Tennessee's Parents Association interim director, Parker has been promoted to full director.
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Its rapid expansion comes from the contributions of families to the university, Parker said.
"In 2003, there were just over 900 member families and today we have over 4,300 member families," she said."In 2006, 11 scholarships were awarded in the areas of academic achievement and international study abroad.This year, we expanded scholarship programs to create two new scholarships in the areas of leadership and service and awarded 19 scholarships to students of Parents Association members."
"The deep interest and generous support of parents have made a significant difference in helping UT maintain its position as an international leader in higher education and in enhancing students' out-of-class experiences," Parker said.
Parker will look to continue the improvements with a redesign of the Parent Handbook, a larger Tennessee Family magazine, and by building more networks among UT parents.
"We are also taking parent requests to connect out-of-state parents with other UT Parents Association members.This year, we discovered that we had over 50 Parents Association member families in the state of Maryland," Parker said."Therefore, we found it beneficial for us to facilitate a connection for all of those parents."
Before receiving her bachelor's and master's degrees at UT and getting involved with the Parents Association, Parker worked as an assistant director of the Office Student Orientation and Leadership Development.
...
Parker said, "We hope to continue to reach more parents of UT students.


Emily Parker is moving up the ...

dailybeacon.utk.edu [cached]

Emily Parker is moving up the ladder.

After serving 18 months as the University of Tennessee's Parents Association interim director, Parker has been promoted to full director.
...
Its rapid expansion comes from the contributions of families to the university, Parker said.
"In 2003, there were just over 900 member families and today we have over 4,300 member families," she said."In 2006, 11 scholarships were awarded in the areas of academic achievement and international study abroad.This year, we expanded scholarship programs to create two new scholarships in the areas of leadership and service and awarded 19 scholarships to students of Parents Association members."
"The deep interest and generous support of parents have made a significant difference in helping UT maintain its position as an international leader in higher education and in enhancing students' out-of-class experiences," Parker said.
Parker will look to continue the improvements with a redesign of the Parent Handbook, a larger Tennessee Family magazine, and by building more networks among UT parents.
"We are also taking parent requests to connect out-of-state parents with other UT Parents Association members.This year, we discovered that we had over 50 Parents Association member families in the state of Maryland," Parker said."Therefore, we found it beneficial for us to facilitate a connection for all of those parents."
Before receiving her bachelor's and master's degrees at UT and getting involved with the Parents Association, Parker worked as an assistant director of the Office Student Orientation and Leadership Development.
...
Parker said, "We hope to continue to reach more parents of UT students.


Emily Parker is moving up the ...

dailybeacon.utk.edu [cached]

Emily Parker is moving up the ladder.

After serving 18 months as the University of Tennessee's Parents Association interim director, Parker has been promoted to full director.
...
Its rapid expansion comes from the contributions of families to the university, Parker said.
"In 2003, there were just over 900 member families and today we have over 4,300 member families," she said. "In 2006, 11 scholarships were awarded in the areas of academic achievement and international study abroad. This year, we expanded scholarship programs to create two new scholarships in the areas of leadership and service and awarded 19 scholarships to students of Parents Association members."
"The deep interest and generous support of parents have made a significant difference in helping UT maintain its position as an international leader in higher education and in enhancing students' out-of-class experiences," Parker said.
Parker will look to continue the improvements with a redesign of the Parent Handbook, a larger Tennessee Family magazine, and by building more networks among UT parents.
"We are also taking parent requests to connect out-of-state parents with other UT Parents Association members. This year, we discovered that we had over 50 Parents Association member families in the state of Maryland," Parker said. "Therefore, we found it beneficial for us to facilitate a connection for all of those parents."
Before receiving her bachelor's and master's degrees at UT and getting involved with the Parents Association, Parker worked as an assistant director of the Office Student Orientation and Leadership Development.
...
Parker said, "We hope to continue to reach more parents of UT students.


Emily Parker is moving up the ...

dailybeacon.utk.edu [cached]

Emily Parker is moving up the ladder.

After serving 18 months as the University of Tennessee's Parents Association interim director, Parker has been promoted to full director.
...
Its rapid expansion comes from the contributions of families to the university, Parker said.
"In 2003, there were just over 900 member families and today we have over 4,300 member families," she said."In 2006, 11 scholarships were awarded in the areas of academic achievement and international study abroad.This year, we expanded scholarship programs to create two new scholarships in the areas of leadership and service and awarded 19 scholarships to students of Parents Association members."
"The deep interest and generous support of parents have made a significant difference in helping UT maintain its position as an international leader in higher education and in enhancing students' out-of-class experiences," Parker said.
Parker will look to continue the improvements with a redesign of the Parent Handbook, a larger Tennessee Family magazine, and by building more networks among UT parents.
"We are also taking parent requests to connect out-of-state parents with other UT Parents Association members.This year, we discovered that we had over 50 Parents Association member families in the state of Maryland," Parker said."Therefore, we found it beneficial for us to facilitate a connection for all of those parents."
Before receiving her bachelor's and master's degrees at UT and getting involved with the Parents Association, Parker worked as an assistant director of the Office Student Orientation and Leadership Development.
...
Parker said, "We hope to continue to reach more parents of UT students.


Emily ...

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Emily Parker

Emily is a third-year International Relations and Global Studies student, and a member of the Longhorn Band at the University of Texas at Austin. Emily loves learning different languages and being immersed in different cultures, which led her to study abroad in Spain. As a volunteer in Costa Rica, she fell in love with rainforests and is excited to work on conserving them with Rainforest Partnership.

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