This WBIR story reports on the addition of electric car charging stations on UT’s agriculture campus, with more stations to open in the future.
The Knoxville News Sentinel spoke with lecturer Steve Sparks about how his fascination with ghosts and stories of the supernatural have influenced his English 102 class. Half of the class time is spent studying the supernatural in literature. Classes also discuss Knoxville ghost tales, including those on the UT campus.
Modest employment gains, an uptick in consumer spending on automobiles, and marginal improvements in the housing industry are indications the US and Tennessee economies are inching toward recovery. But it will be at least another year or two before the economy shows significant growth, according to a study by the UT Center for Business and
One hundred fifty years ago, Vermont Representative Justin Morrill had a big idea that helped shape the future of Tennessee and the rest of the nation: He believed higher education should be available to everyone. A plaque commemorating the signing of the Morrill Act will be dedicated at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 3, outside
Professor and philosophy department head David Reidy will address the structure of authority in our American democracy in his presentation, “The Authority of Citizens: Its Nature and Limits,” at Saturday’s Pregame Showcase prior to the Homecoming football game which pits the Vols against Troy University.