Thirty high school students will arrive at UT Knoxville on Saturday for a weeklong program that will allow them to explore the world of business and possible business careers. This is the second year for “Business Education for Talented Students” (BETS), a program that targets students from communities that are underrepresented in individuals pursuing business
The Rock, a beloved landmark and venue for student self-expression on the UT Knoxville campus, is now in its new location. On Wednesday, the Rock was moved about 275 feet diagonally across the street to its new location near the Music Building.
Public radio listeners now have even more reasons to listen to WUOT, licensed to the University of Tennessee, thanks to the station’s second digital channel, WUOT-2. Listeners can hear WUOT’s second channel on 91.9 FM on an HD Radio in the HD2 position, on Internet radio or streaming on the station’s Web site, http://wuot.org/.
A new sculpture will soon call its home the Johnson-Ward Pedestrian Mall on the UT Knoxville campus. The sculpture, called “A Startling Whirlwind of Opportunity,” by noted American sculptor Alice Aycock, will arrive on campus sometime next week. In preparation of its arrival, a special sign is now on display announcing the anticipated installation.