“The Office of Information Technology launched a customer satisfaction survey on February 9, 2010, with the purpose of gathering input on your satisfaction with the IT services we provide and your ideas for improvement,” says UT Chief Information Office Scott Studham. “I personally want to provide an update on how we are responding to the
Seniors in the UT Knoxville College of Communication and Information’s advertising campaigns class recently got a taste of the real world that was a bit “spicier” than they expected. Student teams were tasked with creating and presenting an advertising campaign for McCormick & Co. The team of judges included McCormick CEO Alan D. Wilson and
This article in the Knoxville News Sentinel is on UT architecture and design associate professor Hansjoerg Goeritz’s receipt of the 2010 Wienerberger AG Brick Award for designing one of the most creative brick structures in the world.
It’s finals season: the time of the semester when many students turn to all-nighters and last-minute cramming for the big tests. The Student Success Center at UT Knoxville, which provides the support students need to be successful at UT, recommends a few ways to stay focused and prepare for finals.
Student Resident Assistants from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Saturday will celebrate the dedication of a house they built with their bare hands. More than 100 UT students contributed more than 800 volunteer hours over the course of five Saturdays in February and March to build the 1,496-square foot house in northwest Knoxville.
East Tennessee native Roy Harmon remembers how challenging it was to finance his undergraduate education at UT Knoxville. That was his incentive in establishing the Roy L. Harmon Jr. Endowed Accounting Scholarship in the College of Business Administration, to be awarded annually to a deserving undergraduate or graduate student majoring in accounting.
Each fall, first-year students read a common book in the Life of the Mind program. The goal of Life of the Mind is to provide a common experience for freshmen that will help them bond and grow academically, and ultimately improve their chances for success in college. An important part of Life of the Mind
The UT Knoxville College of Engineering has given John Prados, professor emeritus in the department of chemical and biomolecular engineering, one of its most prestigious honors, the Nathan W. Dougherty Award. The award was presented at the college’s annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner on April 22.
The four finalists for the job of director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at UT Knoxville will be visiting campus in May to complete their interviews and participate in public forums.