Dulcie Peccolo, director of student services in the College of Education, Health and Human Services, always has an open door to others and is known for going above and beyond the call of duty. Because of her dedication and willingness to help others, the UT Positive Recognition Committee has named Dulcie as November’s Send Roses
The School of Music at UT Knoxville presents the UT Opera Theatre and UT Symphony Orchestra in Robert Ward’s “The Crucible.” Directed by Carroll Freeman and conducted by Kevin Class, with the libretto by Bernard Stambler, “The Crucible” will be performed three times: 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13; 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14; and 8
Parent-teacher conferences should be a learning experience, for both parents and teachers. The meetings provide an ideal venue for parents and teachers to share information and get to know each other a little better, according to experts from UT Knoxville. Read advice from two faculty members from the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
Frank Loeffler, a leading expert in environmental microbiology and the use of bacteria to clean and protect environmental resources, has been named the sixth UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair. Loeffler will serve in the departments of microbiology and civil and environmental engineering at UT Knoxville and in ORNL’s biological and environmental sciences directorate.
Seventy-three students at UT Knoxville — all of whom will be studying abroad during the spring semester — have received $1,000 study-abroad scholarships funded by an international education fee collected from undergraduates. The $10-per-year fee, proposed by the Student Government Association and approved by the Board of Trustees, went into effect in fall of 2008.