The College of Business Administration is proud to offer financial support to US military veterans admitted to any of the college’s master’s or Ph.D. graduate programs. The scholarships are part of the Yellow Ribbon Program, which allows degree-granting institutions in the US to fund tuition expenses that exceed the in-state tuition and fee rate.
When one of Katye Brock’s high school teachers urged her to participate in the Distinguished Young Women of America competition, she had no idea how much it would impact her life. In June, Brock won the national competition, formerly known as America’s Junior Miss, and earned more than $51,000 in scholarship money. Brock, of Tullahoma,
Keep your eyes peeled and you might see Associate Professor Paul Frymier’s electrical engineering students cruising around campus in the electric car that they built, the Bug E Bev. While building the vehicle, Frymier’s students studied the sustainability of electric, hydrogen fuel cell, and gasoline-fueled vehicles. They discovered that both electric and hydrogen fuel cell
UT Knoxville’s Herbarium is playing a starring role in exposing environmental changes. The university will be one of ninety-two National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded institutions piecing together a biodiversity puzzle spread out over the U.S.