Twenty new members have joined the UT Knoxville Chancellor’s Associates. The group, composed of business, professional and community leaders from the Knoxville area, help build public understanding of and support for the university. They serve three-year terms and meet monthly to learn about and interact with the university.
Nautilus, the powerful computer for visualizing and analyzing large datasets at the Remote Data Analysis and Visualization Center (RDAV), goes into full production on Sept. 20. Managed by UT Knoxville and funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), RDAV and Nautilus provide scientists with cutting-edge capabilities for analyzing and visualizing massive quantities
After two years of research, site visits and design work, construction of the UT New Norris House is under way. The New Norris House is a sustainable home designed by an interdisciplinary team at the UT Knoxville.
“Business analytics” is the focus of a new Master of Science in Business Analytics degree that was launched this fall in the College of Business Administration’s Department of Statistics, Operations and Management Science at UT Knoxville. UT’s College of Business Administration is the first business school in the nation to offer this degree.
UT Knoxville welcomes fans to campus Saturday for the Volunteers’ game against the Gators of the University of Florida and reminds fans of game day logistics and security measures.
A corporate contribution from the URS Corp. to the College of Engineering at UT Knoxville is helping to build a program that will enable budding engineers to broaden their horizons.
Former Florida Gov. and U.S. Sen. Bob Graham will be a featured speaker on the Tennessee Campus Compact (TNCC) conference to be held Thursday through Friday at UT Knoxville. The theme of this conference is “Service Learning in Higher Education: Faculty Roles and Rewards.”
Do you have a seed of an idea but need help getting it to grow? UT Knoxville is once again providing students, faculty and friends the opportunity to learn from entrepreneurs and business experts from across the state on how to start a business and win a prize to kickstart its growth. “Vol Court” is
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will visit UT Knoxville this week to lecture and take in Saturday’s UT-Florida game. His lecture will take place at 12:45 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 17, in the Cox Auditorium in the Alumni Memorial Building. The lecture is a ticketed event for the UT law community and is not