The James A. Haslam II Business Building on the campus of UT Knoxville is now open for business. A grand opening celebration was held on Tuesday, Jan. 6, and classes began today. As part of the grand opening festivities, College of Business Administration Dean Jan Williams hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the atrium of the
The College of Architecture and Design will host a special lecture series this semester as part of a new course on health care design. The series will explore the importance of architecture in the construction of health-related facilities, and topics may be of interest to many departments across campus.
Nancy Loftis, administrative support assistant in the Microbiology Department, is always willing to go above and beyond her normal duties, according to colleagues. Because of her hard work and extraordinary service, the UT Positive Recognition Committee has named Nancy December’s Send Roses Award recipient.
A two-day program on Gordon Hirabayashi and the legacies of the World War II internment of Japanese Americans will be held Jan. 15 – 16 at the Howard Baker Center.
The College of Architecture and Design at UT Knoxville will host a special lecture series this semester as part of a new course on health care design. The series, Designing Environments for Health, will explore the importance of architecture in the construction of health-related facilities.