Jennifer Smith, leader of UT Knoxville’s Nourish International chapter, traveled to Uganda last summer with a team of students to help an African school plant a garden to provide an ongoing source of food for its students. This year, Smith and her Nourish colleagues are at it again—with their sights set on Peru.
The university is monitoring the air quality in the area due to the smoke associated with the mulch fire just northwest of campus. The Knox County Health Department changed the air quality status yesterday from orange, unhealthy for sensitive people, to red, which means unhealthy for everyone. The situation could impact the air quality on
The College of Engineering has awarded its most prestigious honor, the Nathan W. Dougherty Award, to Anthony R. Buhl, an alumnus who guided the US power industry’s response to Three Mile Island and continues to be a leader in the industry today. The Dougherty Award, established in 1957, honors engineers whose accomplishments have enhanced the
In celebration of Earth Month, an outdoor screening of the movie “Wall-E” will take place at 8:00 p.m., Thursday, April 19, at the Humanities Plaza outdoor amphitheater. This all-ages event combines the beloved past time of drive-in movie theaters with a cleaner, more environmentally friendly vehicle: the bicycle. Walkers are welcome, too.