UT alumnus Lee Patouillet has been named the new associate vice chancellor and chief alumni officer for the Knoxville campus. Patouillet has more than thirty years of experience in the alumni profession. Most recently, he led Patouillet Consulting, LLC, an alumni and development consulting firm based Atlanta, Georgia.
The United States European Union Summit on Science, Technology, Innovation, and Sustainable Economic Growth—organized in part by UT—has produced five reports examining the critical impacts of investments in science, technology, and innovation on sustainable economic growth. The summit involved an interdisciplinary group of scientists, economists, academics, entrepreneurs and policy analysts from the US and EU
Get to know associate professor Nan Gaylord and assistant professor Peggy Pierce from the College of Nursing. Gaylord is founder of the Vine School Health Center, a school-based health care clinic that serves students in Knox County who have limited access to health care. Pierce is leading a interdisciplinary team of students to learn using
Get to know Brad Collett and Lannett Edwards from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Just thirteen years ago, Brad Collett was an honors student at UT, working on his bachelor’s degree in ornamental horticulture and landscape design. From funny videos to group competitions and love songs, Lannett Edwards inspires the laughs that
“She has such enthusiasm for the subject, it makes you enthusiastic too.” That’s just one reason students think their favorite faculty are so special. Watch today’s video for more. Post your own shout-outs on the Faculty Shout Out Page.
The summer school timetable is now available. Visit the Office of the Registrar website and consult your advisor. Priority registration begins this week. There are several advantages to taking summer courses, including smaller classes, a more relaxed campus, and a more focused learning environment. Students can use HOPE Scholarship funds to pay for summer courses.
Two UT students—senior Eric Dixon and junior Lindsay Lee—are finalists for Truman Scholarships, prestigious national academic awards that provide up to $30,000 for graduate study. They are among the 199 finalists announced Friday by the Truman Scholarship Foundation. About sixty Truman Scholarship winners will be announced in April after all finalists are interviewed by review