Howard H. Baker Jr., former US senator and founder of UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, died on Thursday, June 26. He was eighty-eight. Baker earned his law degree from the UT in 1949. The Baker Center was founded in 2003 as a nonpartisan institute devoted to education and research concerning public
Today we learned of the passing of Senator Howard H. Baker. “Our country has lost a great statesman and a great Tennessean,” said Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. “Senator Baker will live on in our hearts forever as a man who believed that government was to serve the people.”
Frances Nash has been named assistant director of One Stop Express Student Services. Nash previously served as a counselor at One Stop, and in her new role she provides support in managing the daily activities of the center, assists with ongoing training of counselors, and serves as a resource for counselors and other staff who
A study on marine viruses and their implication for marine biogeochemical cycles by a group of UT- and NIMBioS-associated researchers holds promise for further understanding the quantitative role that marine viruses play in the storage and recycling of dissolved organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus.
Stephanie Kit has been named the interim director of Career Services. She previously served as the associate director of the office for more than sixteen years. In her new role, Kit will lead the Career Services staff in working with students through a range of career development offerings and with employers through recruitment services.