Scot Danforth has been named director of the University of Tennessee Press. He began his duties on July 1, becoming only the fourth director in the 68-year history of the press.
James Patterson, an OB/GYN from Memphis, Tenn., founded GYN Disposables in 2004, developing his business plan as part of his yearlong studies in UT’s Physicians Executive MBA program (PEMBA). Now GYN Disposables is marketing its products nationwide.
High school students from across the country converged on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, this week to participate in the second annual Design Matters summer camp hosted by the College of Architecture and Design. The camp runs through Saturday, July 19.
While most people are watching the Olympics on their televisions at home, Chanel Lattimer and Randy Tate will be in China to get an up-close view of the Summer Games. Lattimer, a graduate student in sport management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Tate, who graduated from UT in May with his bachelor’s degree
Today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., UT faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to exchange household mercury thermometers for free battery-operated digital thermometers. The exchange will be located on the second floor of the University Center in the Carolyn Brown Lounge (outside the computer store). Mercury thermometers are both an environmental and a health and safety