The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees last week approved a $1.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2010 that includes one-time federal stimulus funding and increases tuition at every campus.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved a $1.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2010. It includes one-time federal stimulus funding and increases tuition at every campus.
University of Tennessee trustees advocated more aggressive private fund-raising, mulled a lack of diversity at UT Knoxville and pushed for more aggressive cuts in academic programs as they began two days of meetings June 16.
University of Tennessee trustees discussed deeper cuts in academic programs, scrutinized budget plans and pushed for more aggressive private fund-raising as they began two days of meetings Tuesday, June 16.
UT Knoxville has one of the nation’s strongest supply chain programs in the U.S., according to AMR Research, the leading research firm focused on the global supply chain and its supporting technologies. AMR Research surveyed 126 companies and 19 academic institutions to determine which U.S. programs best prepare students to manage increasingly global integrated supply
The National Defense Business Institute (NDBI) at UT Knoxville has completed an independent assessment of the U.S. Navy’s plans to modernize the nation’s fleet of destroyer combat ships. The study provides a factual foundation for understanding the factors involved in the Navy’s recent decisions regarding its destroyer modernization plans.
UT Police Department Chief August Washington has been named the new chief of police for Vanderbilt University. He will begin his new post on July 27. “While we are disappointed to lose Chief Washington, we are happy for him and this great career opportunity,” said Jeff Maples, Interim Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration.