Troy Lane was officially sworn as the new chief of police at UT this morning. Assistant Chief Debbie Perry—who served as interim chief of the department before Lane’s hiring—conducted the swearing-in, in which Troy promised to uphold the United States constitution and the laws of the state of Tennessee and the university.
The most iconic building on the UT Knoxville campus is now officially its greenest. Ayres Hall has become the first building on campus to become LEED-certified—at the silver level—by the US Green Building Council and verified by the Green Building Certification Building Institute. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the nation’s preeminent program
The Knoxville News Sentinel covered UT’s involvement in the discovery of the ‘God particle.’
Thirty-one middle-schoolers from around the Southeast came to UT in June to design egg-drop bungees, rollercoasters and even construct a microgrid. The College of Engineering hosted the AT&T Middle School Introduction for Engineering Systems (MITES) program where minority and female students—groups underrepresented in engineering—got an up-close look at the in-demand field and had fun doing