A two-day symposium hosted by UT Oct. 15-16 aims to educate female scientists who are new to their careers about the unique challenges they face entering the world of research.
With its endowment now having reached $1 billion, private support for the University of Tennessee now rivals that of the nation’s top universities.
People who attend Tennessee’s public community colleges are more likely to work in-state after graduation than people who attend the state’s other public colleges or universities. This is one of the findings in the second installment of a UT multi-part project called “School-to-Work: Do Tennessee’s Higher Education Graduates Work in Tennessee?” released today.
The Medieval and Renaissance Semester at UT turns to the dramatic during Shakespeare Week, Oct. 15-21. Actors From The London Stage, a touring ensemble of five British actors, will perform Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” offer classroom workshops and participate in lectures.
UT students passed a milestone recently, having legally downloaded 2 million songs through free music service Ruckus. Ruckus, which is provided by the university to all students at no cost, allows students free and legal access to millions of songs. Almost 10,000 UT students have subscribed.
The University of Tennessee College of Business Administration has welcomed two new staff members: James Cody as director of the College of Business Administration’s Aerospace/Defense Clearinghouse of Tennessee (AD TN) and Andy White as program director, Aerospace MBA program. Together, they bring more than 45 years of aerospace expertise to the college.
UT professors Greg Kaplan and Luis Cano, and retired professor John Manchip White, will discuss their books about Spain, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Barnes & Noble, 8029 Kingston Pike.
Visiting architect John Ronan will lecture about spatial and material themes in architecture at 5:30 p.m. today in the McCarty Auditorium, Room 109, of the Art + Architecture Building. A reception will follow.