John E. “Jack” Rooney, president and CEO of U.S. Cellular, and Myra Kruger, founder of the consulting firm Esler Kruger Associates and co-author of the book “The Pursuit of Something Better,” will serve as guest lecturers on March 30 for UT Knoxville’s Full-time MBA Program. Their presentation to MBA students and faculty, local U.S. Cellular
UT Knoxville will close the eastbound lane of Andy Holt Avenue between Volunteer Boulevard and Phillip Fulmer Way on Saturday, April 10, and Sunday, April 11, as part of the current phase of renovations to Neyland Stadium. The westbound lane of Andy Holt Avenue next to the University Center and the Haslam Business Building will
Steve Perry, CNN correspondent and principal of Capital Preparatory Magnet School in Hartford, Conn., will visit campus on Monday, March 29, as part of the Black Cultural Programming Committee’s Young Black Professional Series. Perry will speak on what it means to be black in America today.
“We have had an increase in the number of reported incidents of actions and language that reflect bias on our campus,” UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek said. “These actions include derogatory and racist language found in our dormitories. I am saddened and outraged by this behavior because it does not reflect our campus values
What do dishes from the tropics and South America have in common with UT basketball? All are on the menu March 29-April 1 at the Ready for the World Café at UT Knoxville. The week’s menu includes chicken sauté with guava sauce; charred mahi mahi with a sesame crust topped with lime-ginger beurre blanc; jerk-spiced
UT Knoxville faculty and staff have until Thursday, April 1, to order reading materials for their fall courses. To speed the process, the UT Bookstore has added a new feature on their Web site called Online Faculty Adoption. Faculty and department coordinators can submit book requests electronically, saving time and paper. The bookstore will continue