The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce the new Microsoft Student Advantage program. Students are able to download and install Microsoft Office ProPlus desktop applications at no additional cost.
Research being done on the supercomputer Kraken holds promise for overcoming limitations in the study of energy and materials applications. The method employs quantum mechanics to understand how nuclear effects change the dynamics of microscopic-size materials.
About 500 UT students will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Saturday, January 18, by attending a leadership conference and working on service projects around the Knoxville community. Hosted by UT’s Center for Leadership and Service, the Clifton M. Jones Student Leadership Conference and MLK Day of Service will take place from 9:00 a.m.
The Chronicle of Higher Education and Knoxville News Sentinel featured stories about Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek’s visit to the White House this week. The chancellor is attending a summit to discuss higher education access. He said he hoped the event would send a message to low-income students that higher education is critical and within their