Playing with plastic turtles and snakes is not part of the College of Nursing curriculum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. But it was part of Fossil Day at Norwood Elementary, an outreach activity of the Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) in which nursing students assisted fifth grade teachers in illustrating to their students how fossils
UT’s Center for Health Policy and Services Research will host a public forum on November 14 to help the public understand the new online “health insurance exchanges” that will be created as part of the health care reform act passed by Congress last year. The forum will also explore issues surrounding it and outline some
Four University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students received top awards in the Tennessee Student American Society of Landscape Architects Design Awards. The students accepted their awards in late October at the Tennessee American Society of Landscape Architects Conference held in Knoxville.
When Chelsea Knotts began volunteering with a homeless ministry, she realized she could contribute her own talents by creating a running club for area homeless. Knotts is a senior Haslam Scholar majoring in biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology. She is also a Lady Vol cross-country runner. She had worked with Redeeming Hope Ministries on
Ligen Feller, 32, spent four years helping navigate an aircraft carrier in the U.S. Navy. Once she finishes her master’s degree in social work at UT Knoxville, she hopes to help the military navigate the waters of social services. When she finishes school, she’d like to land a job with Veterans Affairs.
UT Knoxville will join more than 180 universities across the country on Friday, November 11, to honor the more than 6,300 American casualties of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan since September 11, 2001. The Remembrance Day National Roll Call will begin at 8:00 a.m. in Circle Park.