Dr. Michael Marks and Dr. Susanne White, graduates of UT’s Physician Executive MBA program, were spotlighted in this article from American Medical News. They spoke about how having a career in business doesn’t mean leaving the hospital behind.
The full-time MBA program in the College of Business Administration has earned a prestigious Eduniversal international ranking. The MBA program’s dual-degree offering with engineering earned Eduniversal’s inaugural Top 200 Best Masters in Engineering and Project Management Regional Ranking in its 2011 ranking of the world’s best masters and MBA programs.
Ten faculty members from the School of Architecture received awards last month from the East Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The highest honors, the Honor Citation Awards, were given for three projects: “The Ghost Houses, Phase I,” “A New Norris House,” and the “O’Dell Residence.”
Diners can sample Africa-style cuisine on Tuesday, November 15, at the Ready for the World Café at UT Knoxville. Lunch, which will consist of intermezzo or small appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert, will be served from noon to 1:00 p.m. Tickets are $12 and must be purchased in advance. The faculty/staff discount card can be
It is not an uncommon sight. Lakes and streams that were once safe to swim or fish in are now off limits to human contact. The threat is most likely a toxin—called microcystin—produced by blue-green algae. Steven Wilhelm, microbiology professor at UT Knoxville, is leading an effort to find bacteria to consume harmful algal toxins
When Michael Steidl was in the US Army, he spent a considerable amount of time in Iraq—doing routine military work, overseeing construction projects, and eventually, advising senior Iraqi military officers. What Steidl saw in Iraq fueled his desire to study law with the hopes of becoming a state prosecutor. He is now working on his
The twenty-fourth annual Orange and Blue Blood Drive, a competition between Tennessee fans and Kentucky fans, will be held November 14–18. Medic Regional Blood Center is calling on all UT faculty, staff, and students to donate blood to help Tennessee fans out-give Kentucky. Last year the Cats won the competition.