Fall Festival—a tribute to Knoxville-area UT employees—drew a crowd of several thousand last week. Door prizes, bingo, games and more vendors than ever made this year’s festival special. View slideshow
Reminder: Lindsey Nelson Baseball Stadium is getting a facelift in celebration of 100 years of Tennessee baseball. The first phase of renovations is complete, and Knoxville area faculty and staff are invited to an employees-only sneak peek. Employees can tour the facility and watch the Vols practice from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday,
As a follow-up to their standing-room-only appearance last fall, rescued child soldier Ishmael Beah and nurse Alusine Kamara will return to UT Knoxville tomorrow for a lecture and book signing at 2 p.m. in Cox Auditorium of the Alumni Memorial Building.
This Saturday’s Pre-Game Faculty Showcase, "Election ’08: Learn to Love the Electoral College," will feature Anthony Nownes, professor of political science. The showcase will begin at 5 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom and is free and open to the public.
Last week, UT Knoxville was asked to find ways to trim another $6 million from its budget. It was tough news for the university. Already this year, the system has had to cut $21.1 million, of which $11.1 million has come from the UT Knoxville budget. "The tough economic times are touching people in all
When UT Knoxville launched the Switch Your Thinking campaign, it set an ambitious goal of reducing energy use by 10 percent. Meeting that goal will take effort and a watchful eye from every member of the campus community.
Reminder: The annual enrollment period ends today for changes in health, dental and disability insurance. Those who wish to make changes must submit the paperwork by 5 p.m. today in the Payroll Office on the first floor of Andy Holt Tower.