The Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship programs are healthier than previously thought. That is the conclusion of a report recently released by the Center for Business and Economic Research at UT Knoxville.
TEACH/Here, an innovative teacher residency initiative through which the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is helping to prepare highly skilled math and science teachers for hard-to-fill positions in Knox and Hamilton county schools, has received a $154,000 grant to support training and stipends for participants. The grant is from AmeriCorps, through Volunteer Tennessee.
Either the kiddos are back in school or they will be shortly. Either way, it’s time to think about how to help them get off to the very best start possible. Amy Broemmel, assistant professor of education at UT Knoxville (and mother of three children, ages 6, 11 and 14) has several tips for parents.
As football season begins, one of UT’s game day traditions — the College of Arts and Sciences’ Pregame Showcase — kicks off another year. Twenty-one years after the showcase was created, it is still introducing football fans to some of UT’s most exceptional faculty members. Showcases begin two hours before home game kickoffs in the
The UT Knoxville Student Government Association has teamed up with UT Athletics, Volunteer Dining/ARAMARK and Students Promoting Environmental Action in Knoxville to provide university students with reusable water bottles.