The College of Law is giving students a closer look at the work of states’ attorneys general through a pilot program that combines classroom instruction with a summer externship experience. The college will provide a sneak peek of the program at noon on Tuesday, March 27, at the College of Law with speakers Bob Cooper
The campus is invited to a reception that will honor and celebrate the success and scholarly contributions of faculty who have recently published books. The event will be 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Thursday, March 29, in the Jack E. Reese Galleria of the John C. Hodges Library. Faculty books will be on display at the
Sarah Gardial, vice provost for faculty affairs, has been named dean of the Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa. She begins the job July 1. She has been vice provost since 2008 and has helped enhance faculty benefits and career path advancement.
The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis is pleased to announce that educational hip-hop artist Baba Brinkman will be joining NIMBioS as its new songwriter-in-residence in April and May.
Landscape architecture students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are partnering with the City of Knoxville to address challenges facing the region’s watersheds. The students are researching, drawing site designs, and writing policy recommendations that address storm water quality and flash flooding. The goal is to improve the health of regional water resources and the
As flowers blossom and birds and insects emerge, so will hundreds of pilgrims—as they head to the Great Smoky Mountains for the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage. In its sixty-second year, it is a tradition led by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
The work of Jill Mikucki, assistant professor of microbiology, was featured in the news section of the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are sharing the big ideas that are making a difference in their world and the world around them. Professor Rupy Sawhney, head of the Department of Industrial and Information Engineering, wants to see departments at UT become more involved in their respective communities through their actions.
In February 2011, Chancellor Cheek challenged the campus community to work together to reduce our energy consumption. The Chancellor’s Challenge is now over, and the results are in. The campus has reduced electricity use by one-kilowatt hour per square foot over this past year. We have also saved more than $900,000 in electricity costs.
The search to select the next dean of the College of Business Administration has been extended. Provost Susan Martin decided to extend the process after meeting with the search committee and considering input from many different sources. Dean Jan Williams has agreed to continue serving until the post is filled permanently.