UTK FUTURE Program mentioned in President’s Column e-newsletter

The University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s FUTURE IPSE program got a shout-out from none other than UTK interim president Randy Boyd in one of his recent “President’s Column” e-newsletters. During a discussion of “Everywhere you look, UT is making a difference,” Boyd wrote:

Vol means All. One program that I have admired for some time is UTK’s FUTURE inclusion education program. Students with intellectual and developmental disabilities attend UT for two years, audit classes, and get to experience university life. They learn life skills and responsibility, and many get internships. I am very fortunate to have Alex Cole, a FUTURE student, as my new intern for this semester. He is an amazing young man, and I’m not only proud of him but also proud of my alma mater for making this opportunity possible.