WBIR-TV’s Brittany Bailey reported on a new partnership between UT Knoxville and the Y-12 National Security Complex.
Researchers at the UT Graduate School of Medicine are studying cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, imaging patients using different technologies and improving delivery systems for medical care in the community. Dr. Mitchell H. Goldman, assistant dean for research, professor, and chairman of the department of surgery at the UT Graduate School of Medicine will be speaking
Homelessness remains a major community problem in Knoxville and Knox County, according to a report issued last week by the UT Knoxville College of Social Work. The report is an annual product of the Knoxville Homeless Management Information System (KnoxHMIS), a state-of-the-art web-based database application for the collection and reporting of data on homeless individuals
The second meeting of the Knoxville Economics Forum, organized by the Department of Economics, was featured by a number of media outlets, including Bloomberg News. The local organization is dedicated to an ongoing public discussion of such business and economic issues as they relate to East Tennessee.
A recent study performed by Gary McCracken, head of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, has been featured in numerous online newspapers, including the International Business Times.
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Chris Cimino invites UT Knoxville faculty and staff to a presentation on the campus’ proposed master plan on Wednesday, April 13. The presentation will include an overview of the proposed plan and time for questions and feedback.
The Ready for the World Café at UT Knoxville will celebrate Central and South America the week of April 11–14. Heroes Day, a Costa Rican holiday, is April 11, and the Day of the Americas, a Honduran holiday, is April 14.
Senior Zach Linn was featured in the Knoxville News Sentinel for winning the spring Vol Court, a business pitch competition, providing him with $500 to invest in his business—Squish Water Bottles.
The RecycleMania numbers are in, the victor has been named, and this year it is the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Critics call A. Scott Pearson’s latest novel “chilling”, “tantalizing,” and “a delicious tale.” Pearson—author, surgeon, and UT Knoxville alumnus—will be the featured speaker at an event sponsored by the UT Office of Alumni Affairs and the Alumni Association’s Knox County Chapter. The event will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18, in the
Faculty Senate President Joan Heminway and current President-elect Vincent Anfara this week announced the results of the recent Faculty Senate election. The new Faculty Senate president-elect is Steve R. Thomas. Anfara moves up to president and Thomas begins his term as president-elect on July 1. Also elected were the new members of the Faculty Senate
UT Knoxville is approaching the end of the 2011 spring semester. This is a time of increased hours of studying and preparing final projects. The UT Police Department would like to remind everyone to take an active role in keeping their personal items safe. Statistically, April is one of the highest property crime months of