The university is monitoring the weather and will make a decision about any changes to our regular operating schedule early in the morning. The only change to our regular operations tonight is that Hodges Library will be closing at 8:00 p.m. All other library locations are now closed. The campus’s inclement weather policy provides flexibility
Several years ago, the thought of online dating left you LOL. Today, it is the second most popular way for couples to meet. “People like online dating because there are so many choices and opportunities to customize your search” for the perfect mate, said Elizabeth Hendrickson, assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Electronic
The College of Nursing has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare to be used for a 2014 doctoral student scholarship. The college is matching the funds. As a recipient of this grant, the college is part of a national effort to stem the faculty shortage and prepare
It might be cold outside, but plenty of warm wishes are blanketing our campus. More than 160 Faculty Appreciation Week shout-outs have been posted this week. The celebration continues today—so be sure to check out the website to read all of the heartfelt notes and learn how you can send your own special thank you
Hollie Raynor and Chris Skinner from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences are working side by side with students to do research that is improving health and education in our community and beyond.
Get to know Jeff Reinbolt and Kevin Tomsovic, two College of Engineering faculty members who are training the next generation of engineers and doing research to improve health care and the nation’s power grid.
Jerry Black and Carl Pierce from the College of Law will each retire at the end of the semester after about forty years with the university.
A bridge program that allows students to have dual enrollment and seamless transfer between Pellissippi State Community College and UT will open its doors to more students and become more affordable, thanks to changes being implemented for the coming year. UT Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Pellissippi President Anthony Wise met at 10:00 a.m. today