This News Sentinel story looks at the progress of work on Sutherland Avenue, replacing student housing built in the 1960s and 70s with new recreation fields.
Maryville College President Tom Bogart will discuss his latest book on Tuesday, November 1, at UT Knoxville. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7:00 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Bogart will be talking about the book “The False Promise
Volunteer fans can now read about thrilling victories and crushing defeats, influential coaches and dedicated players throughout the history of Tennessee football. Football programs dating back to 1904 are available online as the newest addition to the digital collections on the UT Knoxville Libraries website.
Bats in North America are under attack. Since 2006, more than a million have been killed. Little has been done to save them, because there has not been enough evidence to implicate the suspect—until now. A study has discovered that the fungus Geomyces destructans is the causal agent of White-nose Syndrome (WNS), the fungal disease
The 2011-12 Campus Chest campaign wrapped up its official final week with pledges totaling $480,507 or 81.44 percent of the $590,000 goal. The campaign has been extended for another week to provide additional opportunity for employees to make pledges.
Three candidates for UT Knoxville vice chancellor for development and alumni affairs will interview this week. Each of them will have one interview session open to the campus community. The candidates in this internal search are Dorothy Bryson, the senior director for the College of Engineering; Charles Houston, director of alumni programs and diversity initiatives;
Business and pleasure are one and the same for Clark Ensminger, an MBA student at UT Knoxville. A passion for his alma mater and UT football, an artistic background, and a budding interest in business are melded together in his new business venture, Tennessee Prints.
When he is not analyzing images from Mars, Matt Chojnacki is training on UT’s exercise facilities to ensure he is physically fit for the aerial stunts he performs in Utah every summer. This is because in addition to being a scientist, Chojnacki is a former Olympic skier and a world-record holder.
Kelly Falter of Knoxville, Tennessee, is the winner of the 2011 Amway Endowed Scholarship in Sales Forecasting in the College of Business Administration at UT Knoxville. This is the scholarship’s fourth year. In 2008, the college received a $50,000 endowment from Amway to support students who either study demand sales forecasting or who have a
J. Zollie Howard, an award-winning editor, and Richard F. Knight, a long-time newspaper publisher, have been selected for posthumous induction into the Tennessee Newspaper Hall of Fame November 4. Howard and Knight will join fifty-three other journalists and newspaper executives in the hall of fame, co-sponsored by the Tennessee Press Association and the University of