The UT Landscape Architecture Program has earned accreditation, making it the only accredited landscape architecture program in Tennessee and one of the few in the Southeast.
Advancing the humanities and their central role in education and our culture is the primary goal of UT’s new humanities center. A public celebration is planned to formally open the center at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 5 at the McClung Museum in UT’s Circle Park. The event will feature Princeton philosophy professor Kwame Anthony
Clinical trials can be time-consuming, expensive and intrusive, but they are also necessary. Researchers at the UT Space Institute in Tullahoma have developed an invention that makes clinical trials more efficient by moving them into the virtual world.
The university has announced new regulations that will impact ticket resellers at UT games, effective immediately. The new policy bars commercial solicitations, including the reselling of tickets to athletic events, music concerts, and other campus events, in front of Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena, from four hours prior to the start of a game or
With a new building in the works, plans to equip it with the world’s best pianos, and a new director on the job, there’s a new song playing for UT’s School of Music. Jeffrey Pappas began work August 1 as the school’s new director. Among his priorities will be getting the new Natalie L. Haslam