The Metro Pulse featured the UT School of Music in this article about its role in the resurgence of Knoxville’s classical music scene.
The Center for Literacy Studies has changed its name to reflect its broader mission to support improvement in education and workforce development through training, resources, advocacy, and research. The organization’s new name is the Center for Literacy, Education, and Employment.
UT’s College of Nursing is marking the end of a year-long celebration of the college’s fortieth anniversary and kicking off an exciting forty-first year full of growth with its annual NightinGala fundraiser, 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 21, at the Downtown Knoxville Hilton.
The National Institute for Computational Sciences, home to the Kraken supercomputer, has named Gregory Peterson as its new project director.
Melissa Lee decided she wanted to study neuroscience while still in high school in Brentwood, Tennessee. Now a junior studying neuroscience in the University of Tennessee College Scholars program, Lee is one of a growing number of UT undergraduates doing research as part of their university experience.
Graham Hickling, NIMBioS Associate Director for Partner Relations and Director of UT’s Center for Wildlife Health, was interviewed by the Knoxville News Sentinel and National Geographic about his research related to ticks.
Chemistry Professor Jimmy Mays received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Partnerships for Innovation program, to see his new innovation, superelastomers, taken to market.
Nine MBA students from UT will be working at the Y-12 National Security Complex while they complete their studies, thanks to a partnership between the two institutions called the Career Advantage Program.
Stewart Goodwin, a recent UT graduate, has a big idea for using his mechanical engineering degree to help others: In October, Goodwin will travel to South Sudan, Africa, to assist with and construct water supply projects.