Fuel prices are expected to slowly increase as oil-producing countries cut their production levels. A University of Tennessee-Chattanooga oil industry analyst says no one in the business was surprised by the production cuts.
The first candidate seeking to be UT’s chief academic officer was on campus Monday, Jan. 29. Dr. Loren W. Crabtree, provost and academic vice president at Colorado State University, participated in an open forum with students, faculty and staff at 2 p.m. in the University Center Auditorium. Other candidates for UT’s provost and vice president
Sharon Begley, award-winning science writer and science editor for Newsweek magazine, will speak March 5 at UT for the annual Alfred and Julia Hill Lecture on Science, Society, and the Mass Media. Her talk on “Why Science Journalism Isn’t Science” is set for 8 p.m. in the University Center’s Cumberland Suite. It is free to
Newsweek Science Editor to Speak March 5
The UT Police Department is closing several streets on campus for five months, as work continues to construct a bridge connecting the main campus and agriculture campus. A section of the western end of Volunteer Boulevard, Andy Holt Avenue and UT Drive will be closed.