An advisory board made up of students, faculty, and staff reviews all proposals to ensure effective use of the funds generated by each of the fees. The Technology Fee Advisory Board includes representatives from SGA, the Graduate Student Association, Academic Affairs, Student Life, the Council of Academic Deans, faculty, Finance and Administration, and the Office
UT has reported its most impressive research year on record for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018, with $260 million in expenditures.
Three UT Knoxville faculty members are Fulbright Scholars for the 2018–19 academic year.
The Office of Campus Event Services is excited to announce that beginning February 4, students will be able to request meetings and events directly through the Campus Events website.
UT’s Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will become the new official home of the International Studies Quarterly, previously housed at Georgetown University.
Rosemary Mariner, a resident scholar in the Center for the Study of War and Society and a pioneer in Naval aviation, passed away Thursday, January 24.
Graduate student Jeffrey Pannekoek was chosen as the first representative of UT as a predoctoral fellow at a summer workshop organized by Humanities Without Walls.
Faculty Appreciation Week is February 11–15, and there are a number of special events and discounts planned for faculty and staff.
Major General Jeffrey H. Holmes, a graduate of UT’s College of Architecture and Design, has been named a cabinet member by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee.
James Williams has been chosen by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of its top 15 emerging scholars for 2019.
The inaugural class of the Tennessee Certified Public Manager (CPM) program, based in the UT Institute for Public Service’s Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership, graduated earlier this month at the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the Capitol Building in Nashville. Fourteen participants from local, state, and federal government positions graduated as members of the program’s
UT is making changes to bolster its educational and research efforts throughout Asia. As part of the plan, the university will close its Confucius Institute and launch its own global programming.