UTPD spent five days in Hodges Library looking for wallets, phones, laptops and other property left unattended. And what they found was a treasure trove for thieves — nearly 150 personal items left up for grabs. UTPD has a couple tips to help members of the campus community prevent being the victim of a theft.
Randy Boyd, founder and president/CEO of Radio Systems of Knoxville, will lead a presentation about the University-Assisted Community Schools Project at Pond Gap Elementary School at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at UT Knoxville. This event is free and open
Do we comprehend the fragility of our water systems? Randall Gentry, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and the director of the Institute for Secure and Sustainable Environment, will speak at the UT Science Forum about the pressures on the earth’s water resources. His lecture, “Water Resources and Sustainability Science,” will begin at noon
UT Knoxville’s executive-level MBA programs for working professionals rank among the world’s best, according to Financial Times’ newly released 2010 international rankings. Only 100 of the more than 700 U.S. and international executive MBA programs were included in the 2010 rankings.
Kerry Roehr, senior technologist II for the UT College of Business Administration, has been honored as the Tennessee Communication Association’s 2010 Communicator of the Year. Roehr received this prestigious honor for his contributions in making emerging communication technologies more accessible and understandable to users in the College of Business Administration’s new James A. Haslam II
How honest are we at UT Knoxville? Honest Tea, the nation’s top-selling organic bottled tea company, will try to answer that question on Wednesday, Oct. 27, when it brings its Honest Campus experiment to the Knoxville campus. The Honest Campus store will feature a selection of bottled tea for students, faculty and staff to purchase
Since Halloween has its roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain, the Ready for the World Café at the UT Knoxville, will celebrate the scariest week of the year with an Irish-influenced menu. The menu for this week includes Portobello mushroom lasagna; lemon-and-garlic roasted chicken; Guinness pot roast; fisherman’s pie (a casserole of seafood and