The prize-winning New Norris House, a sustainable home and landscape designed by an interdisciplinary team at UT Knoxville has garnered another national award. The student-led project has won a 2011 NCARB Prize Program for Creative Integration of Practice and Education in the Academy.
UT Knoxville is working to become a Top 25 public research university in the next 10 years. Attracting and retaining exceptional faculty and staff will help us get there. To highlight the campus’s top priorities, Tennessee Today is featuring stories about faculty and staff whose work is already helping UT Knoxville reach the goal. Professor
Tami Wyatt, who came up with the term “enginurse,” defines the word as “a combination of nursing skills and engineering skills to create innovative solutions that enhance health care.” Wyatt, associate professor of nursing, will be speaking on the topic, “Enginurse: A New Breed of Nurse and Engineer Scholar,” at noon on April 1 in
The Treasurer’s Office has scheduled a travel meet and greet on April 5th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in room 221 at the University Center. There will be individuals there to demonstrate and/or assist with attaching scanned travel receipts in IRIS. You may bring some scanned documents on a thumb drive and we will
Soles4Souls, the international charity famous for distributing shoes to the needy around the world, will be visiting the UT Knoxville campus as part of its 2011 RV Tour on Tuesday, April 5. Soles4Souls, along with Footwear News, will be taking its message of hope through shoes to more than 50 campuses across the country.
The Knoxville Economics Forum, organized by the Department of Economics at UT Knoxville, will meet Friday morning April, 8, at Club LeConte in downtown Knoxville. Breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. and the program will begin at 8 a.m. The cost is $20, payable on the day of the event.
Starting this summer, a pilot group of students will be dually enrolled at UT Knoxville and Pellissippi State Community College (PSCC). This new bridge program — the type of partnership required by the 2010 Complete College Act of Tennessee — will allow some students who are wait-listed for admission at UT to tackle initial program