The UT Knoxville College of Nursing has been played a critical role in caring for and educating East Tennessee’s communities for almost forty years. Community members can return the favor—by enjoying good food, drink, music, and the company of Barbara Dooley at the College of Nursing’s third annual NightinGala.
Nearly 600 students from 58 Tennessee high schools converged on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus Thursday, October 20, to compete in the UT – Pro2Serve Math Contest. The top ten individual contest winners received four-year, $4,000 scholarships to UT Knoxville.
Do you take advantage of UT’s Flexible Benefits? Employees interested in joining the plan or participating for another year should sign up during this year’s open enrollment period, which ends November 30. The flexible benefits plan allows employees to pay certain predictable medical and dependent care expenses, such as co-pays, with pre-tax dollars.
Discussion of the Muslim book of faith, the Koran, generates a wide range of opinions. UT Knoxville professor of history Tom Burman will look at many of these historical viewpoints in this week’s College of Arts and Sciences Pregame Showcase, “Christians’ Reaction to the Koran in History.