The National Science Foundation has awarded Terrell L. Strayhorn, UT Knoxville associate professor of higher education, a CAREER Award to study the participation of women and minorities in science and other technical fields.
"Research. Scholarship. Creative Activity. To be recognized as a top-tier research institution, it is vital that UT Knoxville communicates locally, nationally and internationally about the incredible array of research undertaken here. That’s why I am proud to introduce Quest, the new research communication initiative at UT Knoxville."
As chairman of the Chancellor Search Committee, I was pleased to announce last week that we have invited five highly qualified finalists to campus. During the finalists’ visits, faculty and staff will have a chance to meet each candidate, ask them questions and provide the search committee with feedback.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Terrell L. Strayhorn, associate professor of higher education at UT Knoxville, a CAREER Award to study the participation of women and minorities in science and other technical fields. A CAREER Award is the NSF’s highest honor given to junior faculty.
Dixon Hughes PLLC, the largest CPA firm in the Southeast, has furthered its commitment to UT Knoxville with a $350,000 gift to the College of Business Administration. Their gift is part of the Campaign for Tennessee, a $1 billion fundraising effort at UT.
September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month, and next week is UT Campus Safety Awareness Week. UT Knoxville is hosting two events on campus to help promote safety among students, faculty and staff next week.
Calvin MacLean has always been a performer. MacLean joined the UT faculty in 2006 as the producing artistic director at the Clarence Brown Theatre and head of the theatre department. See an interview with Cal aired on UTTV – Campus Channel 65 and Comcast Digital 194 at 7:30 a.m. Thursday.