Joseph V. Carcello, Ernst & Young and Business Alumni Professor in Accounting, will become executive director of the Corporate Governance Center in the College of Business Administration. His appointment is effective September 15. Carcello, the center’s director of research, will replace C. Warren Neel, who has been the center’s executive director since the two co-founded
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek welcomed the campus community to the new RecSports Complex on Friday to celebrate the opening of the thirty-eight-acre recreational complex for students on Sutherland Avenue. A short ceremony and ribbon cutting were held, followed by dinner and then games and other field activities. The complex is a result of efforts by
The Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will celebrate its tenth anniversary with an exhibit and reception in the center’s rotunda tomorrow, September 4. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. Baker Center Director Matt Murray will speak briefly at 5:00 p.m. Sen.
Does UT need safe zones? Cat Miller, a senior in kinesiology, hopes one day it won’t. Miller, president of Lambda Student Union and member of the Chancellor’s LGBT Commission, has the big idea of making equality a reality.
The growing trend of falsified and plagiarized research will be the topic Friday at the first Science Forum of the fall semester. Neal Stewart, professor and Racheff Chair of Excellence in plant molecular genetics, will present “Scientific Misconduct: Is It Getting Worse?”
Nan Gaylord, associate professor of nursing and founder of the Vine School Health Center, has been chosen as a 2013 Health Care Hero by the Greater Knoxville Business Journal. The CEOs of the five Knoxville-area hospital systems serve as judges of the program, selecting the Health Care Heroes from more than a hundred outstanding nominations.