More than ninety students from developing countries will converge on the UT campus next month for a College of Engineering program to learn cutting-edge industrial engineering practices and gain cultural experiences. The program, called the Lean Enterprise Summer Program, is intended to allow students from different cultures to work together to accrue the technical knowledge
For the second year in a row, an East Tennessee History Day project has won gold at the National History Day competition. Sevier County High School students Rebecca Derby and Rachel Emond captured first place in the Senior Group Exhibit at the thirty-third annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day at the University of Maryland
This News Sentinel story reports on the UT Center for Information and Communication Studies receiving federal funding to support rural librarians and increase the number of Hispanic library and information science faculty members.
Almost all of Staff Lot 9 west of Neyland Stadium will be closed from July 2 through July 9, as workers conduct a series of archaeological digs beneath the parking lot. The excavations are part of preparing the site for the construction of a proposed parking garage.
The Wall Street Journal featured UT economics professor Bill Fox in this story about state and local fiscal burdens and their strain on economic recovery. Fox noted a political pitfall: Taxpayers may say they want fiscal prudence but it still is hard for some to accept that their tax money is being redirected to a bank