Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek tells the Knoxville News Sentinel that despite having less money and fewer faculty, UT Knoxville is actually enrolling and graduating more students, particularly in science, technology, engineering, and math majors. And while there are fewer faculty, those faculty are increasing the amount of research and contract work they are performing.
Facilities Services is working with a contractor to determine the damage and wear and tear to the roofs on eighty-three buildings, including the Middlebrook Pike Building and the UT Conference Center. The core of the assessment involves taking thermo graphic surveys by helicopter flyovers throughout campus.
Nathan Kelly is an associate professor of political science spoke about poverty in Appalachia to WATE-TV’s Don Dare.
The New York Times mentions UT’s electric bike share program in an article about an electric bike share program in San Francisco.
College students and their families know very well the value of a dollar. UT Knoxville does too, and provides strong educational value for every tuition dollar, according to The Princeton Review’s “150 Best Value Colleges for 2012” list released today. The list ranked UT among the seventy-five best values in public higher education, and for
After a highly successful fall season as a weekly full-service international luncheon series, the Ready for the World Café is now gearing up for a delicious ten-week spring run. It will begin on Tuesday, February 14, with cuisine from Ireland.