The tone and content of a politician’s speech affects whether businesses make financial and employment investments in that politician’s state, according to a new study from UT. Larry Fauver, the James F. Smith Jr. Professor of Financial Institutions in the College of Business Administration, co-authored the study, which examined gubernatorial speeches in the United States.
Effective January 1, the university must comply with new regulations for programs involving minors on campus. The Knoxville campus has created several resources for implementing the policy. The purpose of the policy is to enhance the safe environment for minors participating in campus activities. All departments that engage in programs involving minors must review and
Though recent suicide bombings in Volgograd may be an attempt to create fear in the run-up to the Sochi Olympics next month, anyone planning to visit Russia for the games should take precautions, Howard Hall, the UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for nuclear security, told the Knoxville News Sentinel. “You can interpret these early events as them
Two UT employees have made the Greater Knoxville Business Journal’s “Forty under Forty” list of young community leaders. They are Ashley Blamey, director of the Safety, Environment and Education Center, and Karla McKanders, associate professor of law.