The fifth annual Black Issues Conference, titled “Black in America: How Far We Have Come…Yet, So Far to Go,” will come to UT Knoxville this Saturday, Feb. 6. The event, which takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the University Center, offers a forum for research and a discussion of matters affecting the
Kate Vitasek, a faculty member in UT Knoxville’s Center for Executive Education (CEE), is now teaching the nation’s only course in “Vested Outsourcing” — a methodology that she developed with the CEE to help companies get a better return on their outsourcing investments.
Even during challenging economic times, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is making progress on key strategic goals by adding as many as 77 new graduate assistantships and fellowships in just this past year.
Faculty, staff and students who have dreamed of starting their own businesses are invited to attend Vol Court 2010, a series of free how-to seminars led by experts from across the state. The one-hour seminars will be held on Tuesdays, beginning on Feb. 9. Some of the sessions will be held at the University of
In September 1982, during the first day of class at Eastside High School in Paterson, N.J., a student was stabbed. In 1983, things would be different. The school’s new principal, Joe Clark, would be the reason why. Clark — whose story was told in the film “Lean on Me” — will be at the University