The Office of Research and the University Libraries will host a reception honoring faculty book authors on March 29, in the Jack E. Reese Galleria of the John C. Hodges Library. The University Libraries is seeking faculty who have published scholarly monographs in 2011-2012 so that they may be invited to the reception.
A group of UT Knoxville students and one faculty member will help prepare special events and conduct other behind-the-scenes work at this year’s NFL Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, Indiana. TEAM UT, a mix of undergraduate and graduate students, will work directly with the Indianapolis Host Super Bowl XLVI Committee for the February 5 event.
Four out of ten drivers feel less safe on the road than they did five years ago. That’s according to a recent highway safety survey of Tennesseans conducted by the Center for Transportation Research and the Center for Applied Research and Evaluation at UT Knoxville. The biggest fear factor: distracted drivers.
UT Knoxville senior Brent Castro has been named vice president of the board of directors of the American Institute of Architecture Students, a leading organization for architecture students in the nation. The paid, full-time position will require him to manage the organization’s office in Washington, DC, and travel extensively to visit chapters in schools around
UT employees are being offered free admission to Knoxville’s Healthy Living Expo Knoxville Convention Center tomorrow and Saturday. The expo is the area’s largest health, fitness, and green living event. The two-day event features educational sessions, dietary discussions, and workout demonstrations focusing on the needs of women, men, and seniors.