The University of Tennessee Police Department’s Operation Identification program teaches students, faculty and staff how to protect themselves and their valuables.
The UT Knoxville College of Nursing will be admitting a full class of new nursing students for the fall semester. The program announced in December that it would cut its enrollment of new undergraduate nursing students in half, facing a proposed $450,000 budget reduction. Next week 98 students will receive acceptance letters to formally begin
UT Knoxville law professor Glenn Reynolds has a guest column in the March 30, 2009, edition of Forbes Magazine, in which he discusses the impact of peoples’ lengthening lifespans on the economy, medicine and politics.
The Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of “Tent City,” one of the earliest right-to-vote campaigns in the rural South, with a display of photos at the Bijou Theatre Gallery now through Sunday, March 15, and a Tent City celebration and voting rights symposium on March 31 and April
UT Knoxville has named Wayne T. Davis as the dean of its College of Engineering. Davis, who has served as the interim dean since May 2008, has worked at UT Knoxville for more than 30 years. His appointment follows a nationwide search.
UT Knoxville has named Wayne T. Davis as the dean of its College of Engineering. Davis, who has served as the interim dean since May 2008, has worked at UT Knoxville for more than 30 years. His appointment follows a nationwide search. “Dr. Davis brings a level of experience and expertise to the table that
Mara Naylor, who composed a poem about her life and interests, is the winner of the “What’s Your Story?” video contest.