Stefanie Ohnesorg, associate professor of German at UT Knoxville, has received the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association’s 2009 Jacqueline Elliott Award for Teaching and Service in Higher Education, the award that recognizes Tennessee’s postsecondary foreign language teacher of the year.
A team of researchers from UTSI has made a discovery that advances an age-old theorem into new applications and that will land them in the pages of one of the world’s top journals. Joe Majdalani, a professor at UTSI, worked with Tony Saad, a doctoral student at the institute, on the research, which is published
Several officials from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are in England this week to participate in “The Legacy of the Cold War,” a conference jointly sponsored by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill College, University of Cambridge.
Tanisha Jenkins, associate director in UT’s Office of Minority Student Affairs, was honored in Nashville last week at the Southern Association for College Student Affairs’ 60th Annual Awards and Celebration Dinner. Jenkins was named the 2009 recipient of the Bobby E. Leach Award, which recognizes a student affairs professional or graduate student for significant contributions
East Tennessee is now home to two of the world’s three fastest computers, according to new rankings released today. The Top500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers places UT supercomputer Kraken in third place, where it also holds the title of world’s fastest academic supercomputer, while ORNL’s Jaguar computer took first place overall.
Starting Monday, Nov. 23, Phillip Fulmer Way will be closed from Peyton Manning Pass to the KAT transit center at Andy Holt Avenue. The closing comes as work crews prepare for the next phase of renovation and new construction to Neyland Stadium.
After several months of planning on the part of the UT Knoxville Women’s Administrators group, we are pleased to invite applications and nominations for the inaugural class of the UT Knoxville Women’s Leadership Program. This program is specifically created to encourage a stronger pipeline of women faculty and staff members into campus leadership positions.
Honors and awards for UT Knoxville faculty and graduate students.