The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy celebrated the opening of its new facility today with a fireworks-capped ribbon-cutting where a dais of elected officials praised Sen. Baker for an outstanding career in public service. In addition to the ribbon-cutting at the new building — which featured remarks by Gov. Phil Bredesen, U.S.
With the economies of the United States and Tennessee in the midst of a "serious" recession, more bad news is ahead for jobs, earnings, investments and unemployment rates. "The path forward for the national and state economies will be nothing other than downright ugly," according to the fall 2008 update to the annual Economic Report
Check out the UT Campus Parking Map to find blue-light emergency phone locations around campus. These blue-light phones dial directly to 911 and facilitate immediate UTPD response. UT Campus Parking Maps are located at the campus information center at Circle Park, the UTPD and the Parking and Transit Services office. For more information on campus
The UT Police Department is looking for input from faculty and staff about the quality of policing in the community. Your insight is valuable and much needed for the department’s community involvement initiatives and crime prevention activities, and for the evaluation of the effectiveness of initiatives and programs. Please take a few moments to complete
UT Knoxville is celebrating Homecoming this year with numerous events on and off campus for alumni, students and families. The week culminates with the Volunteers’ football game against Wyoming at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8. “Give Wyoming the BOOT,” as in Big Orange Outlaws of Tennessee, is this year’s theme.
When UT’s basketball season opens next week, new regulations for smoking will be enforced at Thompson-Boling Arena. The arena is now smoke-free for men’s and women’s basketball games. In the past, a smoking area was set up outside, but that no longer will be available. Fans who exit the arena to smoke will need a
With the economies of the United States and Tennessee in the midst of a “serious” recession, more bad news is ahead for jobs, earnings, investments and unemployment rates. “The path forward for the national and state economies will be nothing other than downright ugly,” according to the fall 2008 update to the annual Economic Report