Three UT Knoxville faculty members remain in Santiago, Chile, after a magnitude 8.8 earthquake rocked the nation Feb. 27 and tremors continue to rattle the ground. The faculty members, who are due to return to Knoxville this weekend, have been sharing their experiences of the past week via e-mail. “I thought the building was going
As most college students prepare to hit the beach or travel to a relaxing destination for spring break, several groups of UT Knoxville students will spend their days off doing volunteer work in communities across the country. Forty-eight students will head out Saturday morning, March 6, for the TeamVOLS annual Alternative Spring Break.
Tennessee truckers can get a major discount on the purchase of equipment that will save them fuel and keep air cleaner thanks to Idle Smart, a program managed by UT Knoxville.
An orange-hued image, located at the four corners on the exterior of Thompson-Boling Arena, is the new logo for UT’s basketball arena. The image represents a view of the arena as seen at an angle slightly above the roof. Michael Cate, a UT facilities planning associate architect, said that because the arena is so massive,
The College of Communication and Information will hold a ceremony at noon Friday, March 5, to recognize BB&T for establishing the BB&T/Martha S. “Missy” Wallen Dean’s Enrichment Fund. The $100,000 gift will be used to support a number of current and future needs of the college including visiting scholars, travel to disseminate faculty/graduate student research