He’s done it! Smokey, the traveling mascot, has made it to all seven continents this school year. "Where in the World is Smokey?"—part of the Ready for the World initiative—has succeeded in sending Smokey to all seven continents this semester.
Michael Handelsman, professor of modern foreign languages and literatures, will serve a four-year term as president of the new Andean Commission for Evaluation and Accreditation of Higher Education.
Three faculty members have been recognized for their exceptional work to enhance intercultural and international awareness among University of Tennessee students. The “Ready for the World” honors were announced in advance of the University of Tennessee’s 2008 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, scheduled to take place Wednesday, April 9, on campus.
“Where in the World is Smokey?” — part of the Ready for the World initiative at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville — has succeeded in sending Smokey to all seven continents this semester. In the challenge, UT students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to wear “Where in the World is Smokey?” T-shirts on their
The American Board of Urology has named W. Bedford Waters of the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine as its next president. "It is indeed a privilege to serve as president of the American Board of Urology for the next year," Waters said. "Having this position brings honor to the urology residency program, the