Approximately 75 students from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will head out tomorrow for the annual Alternative Fall Break, an opportunity for students to give up their two class-free days and serve others in a different community.
UT Knoxville will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of James Agee, the Knoxville native and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, screenwriter, journalist, author and poet, with four weekends of events, including a film festival, lectures, exhibitions and a concert and picnic. The James Agee Centennial Celebration begins Friday, Oct. 23, and wraps up on Sunday,
UT Knoxville took top honors in the state and the Southeastern Conference in this year’s 2010 College Sustainability Report Card. The report, published annually by the Sustainable Endowments Institute, gave UT Knoxville a B grade, placing the campus higher than any other Tennessee college or university and tied with two other universities for the top
Students in the Aerospace & Defense MBA program at UT Knoxville now will be able to earn their Lean-Sigma Green Belt certification while earning their MBA degree without additional cost. Students who pursue their Green Belt certification will participate in several additional class sessions, involving only minimal additional effort and no additional time away from
The College of Law at UT Knoxville is one of the nation’s best law schools, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features the school in the new 2010 edition of its book, “The Best 172 Law Schools.”