Starting Monday, May 16, Phillip Fulmer Way will be closed from Andy Holt Avenue to the middle of the transit station in front of Gate 21 at Neyland Stadium. The closing comes as Knoxville Utility Board crews replace underground utility lines.
WUTK 90.3 FM “The Rock,” UT Knoxville’s student-operated radio station, was voted the best radio station in Knoxville in Metro Pulse’s annual “Best Of Knoxville 2011” readers’ poll. This marked the sixth year in a row that WUTK has won this award.
A University of Tennessee, Knoxville, effort to help Burundian refugees adjust to living in Knoxville is one of four university-based community outreach initiatives named regional winners of the 2011 Outreach Scholarship/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Engagement Award. UT’s proposal, entitled “Ready for the World,” documented the relationship between the university and a number of Burundian families with
Add another victory to the list. In six months, How’s the Living Inc., a business founded by Aeron Glover, an engineering major, and Kaliv Parker, a business major, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has won three major competitions. In the latest competition, the Tennessee Technology Development Corporation has granted Glover and Parker a $10,000