UT Knoxville’s 2009-2010 Campus Chest campaign is now in its fifth week and is more than half-way to meeting this year’s $570,000 goal. As of Monday, the Campus Chest campaign is at 55.47 percent of its goal with more than $316,000 being pledged so far. The Campus Chest campaign has met or exceeded its goal
The Development Council of the University of Tennessee presented four prestigious awards on Friday, October 2, during ceremonies at the Knoxville Marriott, honoring several outstanding individuals for their loyalty, commitment and enthusiasm for UT. More than 250 friends and supporters were in attendance including members of the UT Development Council, Interim President Jan Simek, students
When first established, the Pride of the Southland Marching Band was a small, all-male corps of cadets attached to the Military Department at UT. That was 140 years ago. Today, the now-coed band at UT Knoxville boasts 250 members and is one of the most prestigious college bands in the country. To celebrate its history
In this story from the News Sentinel, Rupy Sawhney, an associate engineering professor at UT, uses his expertise in “lean management” to help the university find ways to save money.
Planning for significant budget cuts, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has established a Lean Management Office as a permanent function of the campus administration, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek announced today. The move formalizes the university’s commitment to enhancing efficiency and improving processes as it prepares to weather a $40 million cut to its annual state
It’s an explosive event that typically draws crowds from throughout East Tennessee. It’s not Boomsday, though: It’s The Magic of Chemistry, and it’s happening at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Room 555 of Buehler Hall on the UT Knoxville campus as part of National Chemistry Week. The show, conducted by Al Hazari, a lecturer in the
UT Knoxville-area faculty and staff are invited to the annual Fall Festival, 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, at TRECS. Hosted by Human Resources, this employee appreciation event draws several thousand faculty and staff each year.