The "father of aerobics," Dr. Kenneth Cooper, has been named the 2009 University of Tennessee Boling Distinguished Visiting Professor and will present "Achieving a Lifetime of Good Health while Lowering Health Care Costs" on January 29, 2009, at the Knoxville Convention Center. Sponsors include the University of Tennessee Medical Center, the UT Graduate School of
The College of Business Administration has received a $350,000 grant from the PepsiCo Foundation to support its diversity efforts. The grant, to be paid over five years, will fund diversity recruitment, retention and professional development initiatives for its students.
With most Americans gaining at least a couple of pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, it seems that holiday weight gain has become a national tradition. However, unwanted weight gain doesn’t have to be part of the holidays. Carol Costello, professor of retail, hospitality and tourism management at UT Knoxville, offers a few tricks to
The Switch Your Thinking campaign encourages Knoxville-area UT employees and students to save energy by turning off computers, printers and other electrical devices at the end of the day or whenever they’re not needed. But sometimes, just turning a device off isn’t enough. UT’s Office of Information Technology Lab Services helps answer some commonly-asked questions