US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, during a recent hearing about affirmative action, said students of color may be better off at “lesser schools” because many are “pushed ahead too fast.” UT’s Joshua Inwood told WATE-TV Channel 6 that Scalia’s comments may demonstrate how his power relationships and ideas about race inform his jurisprudence and
On graduation day, some college students are overcome with fear because they don’t have a job waiting for them. Gabrielle Pozin, who graduated from UT on Friday, was one of those students. Almost. Pozin received the call of a lifetime en route to her post-commencement celebration lunch. With the call came the offer to be
Among the recent upgrades to the UT Alert mass notification system is the new Alertus desktop notification system. Once they have installed the system, faculty, staff, and students will receive the same message sent through the UT Alert mass notification system on their computer monitor.
Fourth-year architecture students were recently honored for their designs by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and Brewer Ingram Fuller Architects.
A December graduate has become the first UT student to receive an outside chef certification while attending UT. Tara Garland, a hospitality, restaurant, and tourism management major in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, received her chef certification through the American Culinary Federation just three days after walking across the stage at the
The supply chain program in the Haslam College of Business is ranked fourth internationally by the The SCM Journal List for research publication output. Steve Mangum, dean of the college and Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair, said the rankings reflect the college’s commitment to impactful research.