When it comes to vending machines and money, you’re probably only concerned with the change in your pocket. But it costs UT Knoxville a pretty penny to run vending machines on campus. Until recently, the university was spending roughly $100,000 per year operating vending machines. As the machines became more high-tech and brighter, that cost
Ten high school students from across Tennessee are sharing in $40,000 in scholarships thanks to their victories in the annual University of Tennessee-Pro2Serve Math Contest. The contest is designed to test students’ knowledge of mathematics. The top 10 individual contest winners received four-year, $4,000 scholarships to UT Knoxville, which can be used for any major
Sen. Howard Baker will address full-time MBA graduates at their hooding ceremony on Friday, Dec. 12 at UT Knoxville. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. in Cox Auditorium in the Alumni Memorial Building. The event is open to the public.
Working late in the office? Make sure to create a buddy system to walk to your vehicle after hours. If you’re the last person in the office, call the UTPD to escort you to the parking lot. For more information on campus safety, visit http://safety.utk.edu.