Service improvements on the Neyland Express T route take effect Friday, August 31, and will result in shorter travel times and less waiting between buses. The major changes involve the end of the route detour, the addition of another bus, and service to the agriculture campus going to and from the main campus.
High school and college students are invited to express their opinions—and maybe win some cash—in a Constitution Day essay contest sponsored by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Students are encouraged to submit essays of 500 words or less in response to Senator Baker’s quote, “I’m ready to wager my life’s meaning
Game days feature more than football on campus. Now in its twenty-third season, the College of Arts and Science’s Pregame Showcase has been giving fans the chance to hear from esteemed UT faculty prior to each gridiron matchup. This year’s first showcase will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 8, before the home
What goes into shooting a thirty second TV spot? One-hundred eighty hours. Created by UT’s Department of Video and Photography, the long hours can be attributed to the breadth of content weaved together into just a half a minute. Viewers will notice running themes of orange, talented alumni, the impact of their big ideas, and
Professor Conrad Plaut has assumed the headship of the Department of Mathematics. He previously directed the Math Honors Program and served as associate department head for undergraduate programs from 2003-2005. Plaut came to UT Knoxville in 1992 after completing a doctorate in differential geometry at the University of Maryland, College Park.
The Student Success Center and the Educational Advancement Program will hold a joint open house from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday at their new locations on the third floor of Greve Hall. At the same time, Career Services—located in nearby Dunford Hall—will hold its sixth annual cookout, offering hotdogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers.