"As many of you know already, I have been offered an outstanding opportunity to become the chancellor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. I have not set a firm date for leaving, but I hope to start in Amherst on August 1. Accepting the chancellorship in Amherst means that I will be leaving Knoxville.
University of Tennessee Economics Professor Emeritus Milton Russell is quoted in this article about ethical questions that surround intergenerational responsibility for high-level radioactive waste.
This Reuters news story, which reports on China’s increasing diet-related health problems, cites findings from a study by Daryll E. Ray, professor of agricultural economics at the University of Tennessee.
Engineering professors Wesley Hines and Bruce Robinson have been named to administrative positions in the UT Knoxville College of Engineering.
The UT Business Management Guide has been produced for both new and experienced UT department heads, directors and principal investigators to familiarize them with the university’s financial operations and the fiscal responsibilities in running their departments.