Could a thinner wife be the key to a happy marriage? A study by University of Tennessee, Knoxville, doctoral candidate Andrea Meltzer and psychology Associate Professor James McNulty shows married couples are happier when wives are thinner than their husbands.
Electrical utility work this weekend will close one lane of traffic each way on Volunteer Boulevard between Hodges Library and the Tyson Alumni House. The work will start Friday evening and is scheduled to be completed by early Monday morning, July 25.
How do you cut costs without cutting quality of care? It’s a question many health care professionals face in today’s health care environment. A new University of Tennessee program aims to develop students who are uniquely equipped to make decisions on key business issues facing the pharmacy today. The program joins the forces of UT
Susan Benner, associate dean and director of the Graduate School of Education, is one of ten education experts who will participate in today’s discussion on “Student Teaching: The Make or Break of Teacher Prep” and the National Council on Teacher Quality review of teacher education programs in Washington, DC. About 200 educators, education reform proponents,