Retail, hospitality, and tourism management students will honor milk and ice cream business owner Scottie Mayfield during their annual fundraising banquet at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 16 at the Crowne Plaza in downtown Knoxville. Students will recognize Mayfield for his role in turning a family business into one of the nation’s favorite dairy brands.
The Knoxville News Sentinel gives readers an inside look of UT’s John D. Tickle Engineering Building, now under construction. The $23.1 million, 110,000-square-foot building will be the second engineering building to go up on campus in as many years. The college, however, has seen such enrollment growth in the last five years — a 37
Get to know Steve Adair and Diane Hendrix from the College of Veterinary Medicine. A veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist, Adair is known for paying special attention to his patients during their treatment and rehabilitation. Hendrix says a great day for her is when she has at least four different species of patients come
The campus community is invited to a screening of Kunta Kinteh Island on Monday, March 4, at the Clarence Brown Theatre. The documentary chronicles the renaming of James Island—a holding cell for slaves in The Gambia during the transatlantic slave trade—to Kunta Kinteh Island after a young African who was transported to the United States.
How does a computer view the human world—say, the human genome or literary works such as Herman Melville’s Moby Dick? Two UT professors have provided some insight, thanks to a code they’ve created that allows the computer to transform large-scale data and information into digital images—compressed pictures composed of colorful lines.
Get to know David Cihak and Sarah Hillyer from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. Cihak works with UT’s FUTURE Program, an initiative that aims to give students with intellectual disabilities a college experience while also teaching them how to live and work independently. Hillyer directs UT’s Center for Sport, Peace, and Society,
Get to know Thomas K. Davis and Mary Beth Robinson from the College of Architecture and Design. Davis recently received national recognition for his community outreach program with students, which aims to produce a walkable, pedestrian-friendly Nashville. Robinson invites students to explore how they relate to the environment through their important life moments, where they
“The research he’s doing here is pretty cool stuff.” “He just makes learning so much fun, I love tweeting the lectures.” Students thank their favorite professors in our final Faculty Appreciation Week video. You can post your own shout-out to your favorite faculty member on the Faculty Shout Out Page.