A large portion of Phillip Fulmer Way closed today to accommodate the next phase of renovations to Neyland Stadium. The construction involves the west side of the stadium and will be completed in August 2009.
A large portion of Phillip Fulmer Way will be closing Monday, Dec. 1, to accommodate the next phase of renovations to Neyland Stadium. The construction involves the west side of the stadium and will be completed in August 2009.
For someone so steeped in the digital age, it’s ironic that School of Information Sciences Professor Carol Tenopir, a member of the inaugural class of Chancellor’s Professors, has a house full of books.
Six hundred of UT Knoxville Chancellor’s Professor George Pharr’s research worlds would fit within the diameter of a human hair. But the nanoscale materials he studies now figure largely in modern medicine, space exploration, computer hard drives and everyday products like tennis rackets.
Reader surveys show that more UT employees read Tennessee Today online than in print so today’s edition will be our last to appear printed in The Daily Beacon. Tennessee Today will continue to send out the daily news via e-mail, and we’ll continue to include the features UT employees enjoy most. As always, the Web
Every six months, UT Knoxville Distinguished Professor Jack Dongarra and his colleagues announce the list of the world’s 500 most powerful computers. For the first time ever, a UT Knoxville computer is in the top 20. Kraken, the new supercomputer funded by a $65 million grant from the National Science Foundation to UT Knoxville is
This December, there will be UT Faculty/Staff Appreciation Nights at two basketball games. Faculty and staff can buy $7 tickets for the men’s basketball game against UNC Asheville at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, and for the women’s game against MTSU at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11.
Dr. John Henton, a professor from the College of Veterinary Medicine, talks with WBIR about the Walking Horse tradition as part of the Homecoming football game.
The University of Tennessee’s new supercomputer has entered the ranks of the computing elite by placing 15th on the newly-released Top500 list of the world’s most powerful computers. Named Kraken, after a mythical Norse sea monster, the newly unveiled machine is also the world’s second most powerful academic supercomputer.
The University Studies Program will hold a centripetals luncheon from 12 – 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, in the University Center Executive Dining Room. Emily Ward Bivens, an assistant professor of art and the director of the Freshman Studies Program in the Department of Art and Art History, will discuss her current work.