A team from the UT Knoxville College of Law has won the Giles Sutherland Rich moot court national championship in Washington, D.C. Composed of third level law student Josh Lee and second level law student Stephen Adams, the team won by a split decision over American University.
Do your summer plans include more than just soaking up some sun or sleeping till noon? Do you plan to take part in a volunteer project or other community service? “Volunteers Rock the World!” — part of the Ready for the World Initiative — is looking for members of the UT Knoxville family who are
The Office of Graduate Training and Mentorship has been created to help departments campuswide recruit and retain graduate students, as well as provide them with the very best academic experience and professional development possible. Part of the Graduate School, the office opened in February 2010 under the leadership of Ernest Brothers, assistant dean.
This academic year is quickly drawing to a close, which means football season is just around the corner. This week Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek will host opportunities for faculty, staff and students to meet UT’s new head football coach, Derek Dooley. Faculty are invited from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, in the