More than 330 media outlets reprinted this Associated Press story on the results of the Super Tuesday primary elections in Tennessee, which quotes UT political science professor Anthony Nownes.
WBIR TV in Knoxville interviewed UT political science professor Anthony Nownes about the Super Tuesday primary races.
This in-depth look at UT English professor Michael Lofaro’s reissuance of James Agee’s novel "A Death in the Family" was the front-page story in the News Sentinel’s Sunday, Feb. 10, 2008 issue.
UT’s African American community will be highlighted during Black History Month. This week’s events include concerts, lectures and exhibitions.
Tamara Farley, a senior secretary in Marketing and Logistics, is January’s Send Roses recipient.
The Employee Relations office has declared March EAP Awareness Month at UT. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides free, confidential assistance to help university employees and their families resolve problems that can influence their personal lives or job performance.
UT has scored an “A” in a special report on campus safety done by Reader’s Digest magazine.
As a volunteer at the People’s Clinic in Knoxville’s warehouse district, nursing faculty member Mary Kollar takes healthcare to the city’s least advantaged residents.
WBIR-TV in Knoxville features students from Brazil visiting UT and East Tennessee as part of their month-long program at UT’s English Language Institute.
Lee Meadows Jantz began UT as a business major, but the vagaries of an accounting class resulted in her becoming an anthropology major. Then, a love of bones, along with a fatefully timed date to see "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," led her to Richard Jantz. Since then, they’ve become one of UT Knoxville’s best-known
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quotes Randy Gentry, director of the UT Knoxville Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment, in this story about the growing dispute between Tennessee and Georgia over the states’ border and the implications on water rights to the Tennessee River.