UT’s video and photography services department in the Office of Communications & Marketing won the Silver Telly for a video documentation of a performance by UT Knoxville students at Carnegie Hall. The Silver Telly is the top national award for outstanding video production. Russ Hollingsworth and Brad Lyle of video and photography produced the video.
Bill Bass, professor emeritus in the UT Knoxville anthropology department, continues to support the world-famous UT Forensic Anthropology Facility he founded and led for many years. As part of UT’s Family Campaign, Bass, and his wife, Carol, have pledged $250,000 to the facility, also known as "The Body Farm."
In accordance with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, UT employees are eligible to receive up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off per year for such reasons as childbirth, adoption or foster care placement; or for serious illness of a spouse, child, parent or the employee him- or herself. This policy helps protect
A video produced by the University of Tennessee documenting a performance by UT Knoxville music students at Carnegie Hall has won the Silver Telly, the top national award for outstanding video production. Russ Hollingsworth and Brad Lyle of UT’s video and photography services department in the Office of Communications and Marketing produced the video.
Students attending Destination ImagiNation hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, this week have a chance to help scientists studying one of the most important health challenges facing youth today: obesity. A team of UT researchers was awarded a three-year grant worth more than $600,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to study childhood obesity.
Economics professor emeritus Hans E. Jensen died Monday, May 12, at his retirement home in San Rafael, California. He was 88. Jensen taught at UT for 39 years and was the head of the economics department from 1968 to 1974. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 25, at Tennessee Valley
Interim Chancellor Simek shares the broad outlines of the plan for UT Knoxville to deal with the budget cut in the next fiscal year as a result of the state’s economic downturn.