To welcome President Phil Oldham, his wife, Kari, and their two children to our awesome campus, all students, staff and faculty are invited to meet and mingle with our new president and his family in the Tech Pride Room on Thursday, July 12, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Stop in to enjoy some casual time and light refreshments with the Oldhams and the rest of the campus community as we welcome our new president.
The Tennessee Board of Regents gave unanimous approval at the beginning of May to Chancellor John Morgan's recommendation of Dr. Philip Oldham as the next president of Tennessee Tech University.
Oldham will become the university's ninth president, and he will take office July 1, 2012.
Freed-Hardeman University B.S./Chemistry 1980
Texas A&M University Ph.D./Analytical Chemistry 1985
2007-Present/University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
2002-2007/Mississippi State University, Professor and Dean of Arts & Sciences
1998-2001/Mississippi State University, Professor and Head of Chemistry
1996-1998/Mississippi State University, Associate Professor and Interim Head of Chemistry
1992-1996/Mississippi State University, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Graduate Coordinator
1991-1992/Mississippi State University, Associate Professor of Chemistry
1986-1991/Mississippi State University, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
1985-1986/Burroughs Wellcome Company, Durham, North Carolina, Research Fellow