David Greene, a research professor with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was quoted in an NBC News article this week in regards to this weekend’s Super Bowl. He did not offer an opinion on the game’s likely outcome, but rather a comment on the desire of the National Football League to improve the
UT provides strong educational value for every dollar of tuition, according to the Princeton Review’s 2014 Best Value rankings. The Princeton Review listed UT among the top seventy-five public colleges and universities in its Best Value Colleges for 2014 publication, which compared public and private schools in areas including cost, financial aid, academic quality, and
Faculty Appreciation Week is February 10–14, but faculty and staff can RSVP now for several special events including a free luncheon workshop from the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center, a performance of The Whipping Man at the Carousel Theatre, and Vols and Lady Vols basketball games.
After five years of sluggish recovery, the US and Tennessee economies are poised for strong growth in 2014 and 2015 according to the forecast in the 2014 Economic Report to the Governor of the State of Tennessee, released today. The study, prepared by UT’s Center for Business and Economic Research, predicts the course of the