The News Sentinel featured UT’s new Grads to Golf program, which teaches women in the Master of Business of Administration program how to play the game and its value in business. The program was established through an endowment from Janet McKinley, a 1980 business alumna. Read the full story here.
The News Sentinel this week highlighted the College of Social Work and its efforts to help East Tennessee residents and officials better understand the issue of homelessness. The number of homeless individuals who identified themselves as military veterans during interviews with researchers is among the lowest since the mid-1980s in Knoxville and Knox County, according
Carson Hayes, a senior music major, will be a featured solo pianist at a special concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Friday, April 25. The 8:00 p.m. concert will take place in the Weill Recital Hall. It is part of the InterHarmony International Music Festival’s concert series.
UT is introducing a one-year Executive MBA in Healthcare Leadership program for health care professionals. The inaugural class will begin in January 2015. Led by student requests, the program is a fusion of the College of Business Administration’s Physician Executive MBA program and its nondegree executive development programming. The Physician Executive MBA program has been
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek celebrated faculty, staff, and students for their accomplishments and service last night during the annual Honors Banquet. The banquet is the university’s largest honors event of the year. Distinguished Earth and Planetary Sciences Professor Harry “Hap” McSween was named as the 2014 Maceberaer, the highest faculty award. Twelve graduating seniors received