When using Tmail from your browser, have you ever been writing an email and your session timed out? Based on user feedback, OIT will be expanding the default timeout for the public/shared computer option from 15 minutes to 1 hour. The timeout settings for the private computer option will remain 24 hours.
A publication by undergraduate students at UT Knoxville is breaking new ground. The journal, entitled Pursuit: The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee, is the first publication of only undergraduate research at UT Knoxville, and one of a small number in the national university community.
FYS 129 seminars are a change from ordinary. They give students the chance to enjoy small-group learning while transitioning to college. They also allow professors to enjoy engaging with students on topics of mutual interest while receiving $1,500 for research support. Faculty members interested in teaching 129 seminars are invited to submit proposals by April
UT Knoxville is hosting its first weeklong celebration of undergraduate research. Research Week will take place March 21-26 and spotlight undergraduate researchers, scholars, artists and performers with a concert, an honors symposium, an art competition and a student paper competition.
UT Knoxville wants to beat the University of Florida Gators and help the environment at the same time. That’s why the university is hosting its first ever Paper Purge Party, where everyone on campus is invited to get rid of their unwanted paper. Every day for the week of March 22-26, volunteers with the Facilities
“The Building Blocks of France” is the topic of a symposium hosted by UT Knoxville’s Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, March 26 – 27, at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. The interdisciplinary academic symposium will explore some of the historical, literary and cultural aspects of medieval France.
Howard Hall, a professor of nuclear engineering at UT Knoxville and a UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair, will deliver this week’s UT Science Forum lecture, “Averting Armageddon: Global Challenges in Nuclear Security.” His talk will begin at noon on Friday, March 19, in Thompson-Boling Arena Dining Room C-D.
A series of meetings have been set for UT Knoxville faculty, staff and students to provide input on VOL Vision, the campus’ strategic plan, which is now under development. To keep the groups to a manageable size, colleges and specific employee groups will have their own meetings. However, two open sessions for faculty and staff