KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Dogs and cats should still be vaccinated for rabies even though incidence of the disease is not as high in Tennessee as some states, Dr. Ralph Hall, University of Tennessee veterinarian, said Monday. “It is a dreadful disease, but very preventable,” Hall said, adding that cats and dogs are equally susceptible to
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Two University of Tennessee music professors have recently retired after together spending half a century teaching at UT-Knoxville. Dr. Jerry Coker founded UT-Knoxville’s jazz program which he coordinated for 22 years, and Dr. Stephen Young taught music history for 28 years. Both retired in December. “The contributions that Dr. Coker and Dr.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A series of one-day workshops about the Internet and World Wide Web taught by faculty of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville starts Jan. 17. Registration fees for the workshops, offered by the School of Information Sciences, range from $60 to $75 per session. The workshops include: “Web Basics,” Jan. 17; “Finding Information on
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Economic problems in Asia have U.S. farmers concerned about their agricultural exports, a University of Tennessee farm policy analyst said Tuesday. Dr. Daryll Ray, an agricultural economics professor who holds UT’s Blasingame Chair of Excellence in Agricultural Policy, said the full impact of the faltering Asian economy on U.S. farm exports is