The Fall 2009 Ready for the World Passports have arrived and are ready for distribution. The Passport is a calendar and guide to many of the international and intercultural events taking place on campus and in the community through the end of the fall semester.
When the class of ’84 graduated, the Apple Macintosh computer had just been introduced, and the space shuttle Discovery flew its inaugural mission. Now as Apples and iPods rule the marketplace and Discovery is about to launch for the 37th time, the class of ’84 is invited back for their 25-year class reunion. The 25th
As the new school year begins, the Korn Learning, Assessment and Social Skill (KLASS) Center at UT Knoxville is prepared to see students, from preschool to college, who have academic or social problems that prevent them from succeeding in school. The KLASS Center was launched early last year after the college received a $2 million
Life on the UT Knoxville campus will be bustling once again as students return to campus this weekend for the 2009-2010 academic year. Welcome Week kicks off Saturday, Aug. 15, as new and returning students move into residence halls and many social and academic-based activities begin. Classes start Wednesday, Aug. 19. Welcome Week activities ranging
If you’re looking for UT Knoxville’s famous Rock, just glance diagonally across the street. The 98.5-ton hunk of Knox dolomite — a beloved landmark and venue for student self-expression on the UT Knoxville campus for decades — was moved over the summer to make way for the construction of a new 109,242-square-foot Student Health Center,
Life on the UT Knoxville campus will be bustling once again as students return to campus this weekend for the 2009-2010 academic year.
A celebration of the Rock in its new site at Volunteer Boulevard and Pat Head Summitt Street is planned for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 18. The celebration will include a live remote broadcast by WUTK 90.3 “The Rock” radio station and the opportunity to leave your mark on the Rock.
In addition to being the best and brightest class ever, this year’s freshman class at UT Knoxville shows significant gains in diversity. “Quality, access and diversity are our key goals,” said Provost Susan Martin. “This year’s class confirms that our progress is on the right track.”
In addition to being the best and brightest class ever, this year’s freshman class at the UT Knoxville shows significant gains in diversity. While admissions numbers aren’t final until the 14th day of class, the freshman class is expected to be 17 percent minority. There are 40 National Merit scholarship winners in the incoming freshman