Honors and awards for UT Knoxville faculty and graduate students.
Estabrook Road is now open and will remain open through Sunday, November 20. Due to complications and inclement weather, the contractor was not able to complete the paving project. Work has ceased temporarily to ensure the road is open for the football game on Saturday.
UT Knoxville’s regular application deadline for the 2012-2013 academic year is December 1, less than two weeks away. The priority admissions deadline—which incoming freshmen had to meet to be considered for competitive scholarships and the Chancellor’s Honors Program—was November 1.
One day soon, social workers in the state of Tennessee will know more about the brain development of youngsters ages zero to three and how they can use this knowledge to improve children’s lives. That’s the mission of Terri Combs-Orme, a professor in the College of Social Work.
This semester, nearly one hundred Biology 111 students are studying the micro-aquatic ecosystems of Knoxville-area water samples and blogging as they go. Hannah Barry is just one of the students honing her science writing skills by describing what she sees happening to microorganisms as the aquatic environment changes.
Dozens of UT Knoxville students have Regal Entertainment Group to thank for helping make their education possible. The Regal Foundation is contributing up to $100,000 annually to support scholarships which benefit forty young Volunteers.
You may have noticed Smokey sitting out his usually run through the ‘T’ this football season. That’s because he is suffering from an injury. But fear not, Tennessee’s favorite four-legged mascot—along with other animals with orthopedic health needs—has been getting the royal treatment, thanks to the internationally recognized rehabilitation program at the UT College of