A joint endeavor between the colleges of nursing and engineering has been launched as a new product to help build a better workforce of health professionals worldwide. Called Lippincott’s DocuCare EHR, the new product integrates electronic health records commonly used in hospitals and medical offices into a simulated learning tool for students.
How would you like to experience the effects of running three miles or staving off Type 2 diabetes without making drastic changes in your lifestyle? With nutrition supplements developed by a UT professor, you can. NuShapeNuSirt Sciences Inc., founded by professor emeritus of nutrition Michael Zemel, has released a weight management product called NuShape, and
UT is listening to the advice of the business community on how the university can better prepare students with skills to meet the state’s workforce needs. Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek spoke with a group of business leaders Tuesday at one of several summits Governor Bill Haslam is hosting to discuss the future of higher education.
The Tennessean’s Heidi Hall featured a story about NuSirt Sciences Inc., founded by Professor Emeritus of nutrition Michael Zemel. The company has released a weight management product called NuShape, and a product for healthy blood sugar called NuControl.
WATE-TV’s Jill McNeal interviewed Jeffrey Moersch, associate professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, before he headed to California for his Mars Mission. He and Linda Kah, also an associate professor in the department, are an integral part of the NASA team working on the Curiosity rover.
UT has been rated one of the “best and most interesting” schools in the 2013 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges, which reviews colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. UT is one of 300 universities to be included in the new guide, which provides information about academic quality, campus setting,
Darren Curry began work last week as the director of UT’s new One Stop student services center, which will open in the summer of 2013 and will streamline the way students do their primary business with the university. The center will provide a single location where students can access registrar, financial aid, and bursar office
The Student Success Center will move into its new home in the remodeled Greve Hall on Monday, August 6. The office will be closed on Monday, August 6, but will reopen on Tuesday, August 7, in its new location on the third floor of Greve Hall. Several other offices are moving to Greve Hall as