Several regional and national media outlets highlighted a recent UT report that shows winter was hard on the economy in the first quarter but a drop in unemployment rates and expected increases in housing investments signal stronger gains for the remainder of the year. The Center for Business and Economic Research prepared the study. Media outlets that
The News Sentinel wrote a story about an upcoming exhibit featuring UT’s Greenwood Mural. The exhibit, at the UT Downtown Gallery from June 6 to August 9, includes eighteen other works by famous muralist Marion Greenwood. The mural has survived controversy, vandalism, and an impending demolition of its longtime home. Read the full story here.
Budding engineers from as far away as Massachusetts will soon gather at UT as the College of Engineering hosts its annual summer enrichment programs. The programs are arranged according to grade level—beginning with seventh grade and running through high school—with the middle school courses serving as an introduction to engineering while the high school students
Four nuclear engineering students were recently awarded scholarships. Alyxandria Wszolek, a sophomore from Madison, Mississippi; Travis Labossiere-Hickman, a junior from Brush Creek, Tennessee; Mikah Rust, a senior from Oak Ridge, Tennessee; and Colton Oldham, from Hurricane, West Virginia, were recognized.