The National Defense Business Institute (NDBI) in the UT Knoxville College of Business Administration is partnering with Monitor Government Venture Services to research “Time as an Independent Variable” or TAIV™ as a tool to help constrain weapon systems cost.
The 2011 Lean for Healthcare course offered through the College of Business Administration’s Center for Executive Education at UT Knoxville has received approval to provide dentists with Academy for General Dentistry (AGD) continuing education credits. The course already is approved to provide physicians and other medical professionals with American Medical Association credits.
The UT Knoxville Full-Time MBA program will host an information session for prospective MBA candidates on Thursday, Nov. 11. The session will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. in Room 202 in the Haslam Business Building.
The 2010 Wall Street Journal executive MBA rankings were recently released, and, for the first time, the Executive MBA program at UT Knoxville made this esteemed listing. Only 56 programs were ranked out of more than 700 worldwide.
The UT Knoxville College of Architecture and Design is honoring the work of one of its professors with an exhibition this month. The exhibition features the work of Professor Hansjörg Göritz, who has been internationally recognized for the past 20 years. The exhibition, called Stones and Sketches, is on display now through Nov. 11 in
UT’s total research funding is at an all-time high, and this News Sentinel article takes a look at solar energy, nuclear power and childhood obesity and other research fields drawing new grant money.
All employees should have received their annual enrollment packet for the Medical and Dependent Flexible Benefits Plan and the new Transportation and Parking Flexible Benefits Plan for calendar year 2011. Plan packets were sent to faculty and staff campus mail addresses in the last two weeks. The Transportation and Parking Flexible Benefits Plan is a
How can nurses help meet the challenges associated with federal health care reform in the delivery of primary care services to improve the health of Tennesseans? That question will be at the heart of a one-day Primary Care Nursing Summit to be held tomorrow (Thursday, Nov. 4), at the Belmont University Curb Center in Nashville.