The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Tennessee Section has honored several students and faculty at the University of Tennessee Space Institute for their research and service achievements going above and beyond in furthering science and engineering or in providing educational outreach.
Knoxville News Sentinel reporter Bill Brewer covered a recent University of Tennessee Corporate Governance Center discussion on public versus private companies led by Ruby Tuesday CEO Sandy Beall and Jimmy Haslam, CEO of Pilot Flying J. Brewer discussed questions regarding subjects ranging from board structure, compensation and corporate governance to sexual harassment, international expansion, employee-monitoring
For the first time ever, the undergraduate architecture program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is ranked in a list that recognizes the top architecture programs in the country.
‘Tis the season for finals: the time of the semester when many students start staying up late and cramming months’ worth of material into a few days. UT Knoxville’s Student Success Center, which provides the support students need to be successful, recommends a few ways to stay focused and prepare for finals.
Lee Meadows Jantz teaches the Introduction to Forensic Anthropology at UT, which discusses how to answer questions from the clues left in bone. However, several skeletons are on loan to the Smithsonian Institute for the next couple of years, as part of its “Written in Bone” exhibit about forensic anthropology. Jantz discusses bone collection in