The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will host a free day of jewelry making activities as well as demonstrations, and museum tours for families, on Saturday, April 13.
As part of the new contract between the state of Tennessee and Minnesota Life, employees are being offered a one-time open enrollment opportunity now to enroll or increase coverage in the Optional Group Term Life Insurance program. Everyone who previously had Unum coverage has been transferred to Minnesota Life and can take advantage of this
An industry publication has named supply chain lecturer J. Paul Dittmann as one of the top ten supply chain thought leaders in the world. Dittmann is the executive director of the Global Supply Chain Institute in the College of Business Administration. SCM Operations developed the list based on a literature review using data searches through
Three alumni from the College of Business Administration have been named to Barron’s prestigious 2013 Top Advisor Rankings for the state of Tennessee. Eric Kindt, class of ’93, and Dungan McLaughlin and and Sam Owens, both class of ’80, were recognized.
UT’s Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage has been honored with the Tennessee Native Plant Society Conservation Award, which is given annually to a person who has contributed significantly to the preservation and public education of the state’s diverse habitats. This is the first year an organization has received the award.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek celebrated faculty, staff, and students for their accomplishments and service Monday during the annual Honors Banquet. The banquet is the largest UT honors event of the year. It was held in the Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center. Top awards presented included Professor Bill Fox being honored as Macebearer, and nine
A section of Phillip Fulmer Way will be closed this weekend as a crane is moved into place to lift construction materials for the Student Union project.