Deborah Maples, administrative specialist in the Dean of Students Office, is described by colleagues as the glue that keeps the office together. Because of her extraordinary service and dedicated attitude, Deborah has received the November Send Roses Award from UT’s Positive Recognition Committee.
For years, UT Knoxville journalism professor Jim Stovall had a novel in his head. Now, thanks to a Knoxville writers’ group, anyone can read it. Stovall’s recently published novel, "Kill the Quarterback," is available on Amazon.com and in Knoxville bookstores such as Carpe Librum.
P. Michael Davidson, professor of food microbiology and head of the department of food science and technology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, wrote an opinion piece for The Tennessean about the safety of our food supply during times of economic hardship.
David B. Clarke has been appointed as the director of the UT Knoxville Center for Transportation Research (CTR). Clarke received his bachelors’ and master’s degree and doctorate in civil engineering from UT Knoxville in 1979, 1982 and 1995, respectively.