The UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) community is mourning the loss of Phil Andrews, project director for the National Institute for Computational Sciences (NICS). Andrews died suddenly Wednesday night.
Knoxville native Alicia McClintock knew she wanted to be a doctor, but it was a medical mission trip to Belize that confirmed that international medicine was the best way for her to give back. McClintock, a senior in biological sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, recently shared her story on UT’s Ready for the
There is a new breed of executive MBAs emerging from the College of Business Administration at UT Knoxville. No longer are the students solely skilled tacticians. They are keen strategists too.
The Office of the Provost recently announced the second class of the Women’s Leadership Program at UT Knoxville. This one-year program combines reading material with guest speakers and group discussions designed to help participants understand what leadership is and build self-awareness and strengthen leadership capabilities.
A team involving University of Tennessee, Knoxville, researchers has conducted the first-ever genetic sequencing of a harmful algal bloom species, cracking the genome of the micro-organism responsible for the Eastern Seaboard’s notorious brown tides.
This June in Paris, two internationally ranked universities will bring together world-class industry and faculty leaders to discuss global supply chain issues, opportunities and best practices. The inaugural meeting of the Global Supply Chain Forum, scheduled for June 28-29, is a collaboration between the U.S.-based UT Knoxville and ESSEC Business School (Paris and Singapore).