The College of Nursing is receiving $2.5 million in grants to care for the underserved at a Knox County school clinic while gaining invaluable learning experiences. The two grants from Human Resources Services Administration in the US Department of Health and Human Services are a million dollars more than the college’s research funding total for
Is it okay to use the elevator when a fire alarm has gone off in your building? Should you try to extinguish a fire on your own? Answers to these questions and more can be found on safety.utk.edu. As part of Emergency Preparedness Month, UT encourages members of the campus community to learn more about
The Ready for the World Café, a popular weekly full-service international luncheon series at UT, will begin its fall season Tuesday, September 25, with cuisine from Southern Italy. The community is invited to take a gastronomical journey over the next ten weeks through various regions and cultures of the world.
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are sharing the big ideas that make a difference in their world. Shawna Hembree, assistant director in Career Services, had the big idea to launch the Center for Impact Careers. The center aims to help students find careers where they can have a positive social and environmental impact.