David Manderscheid took over as provost and senior vice chancellor on July 1 and has spent the past few weeks getting to know campus and finding his way around Knoxville.
In June, 12 students from UT traveled to Mboyene, Senegal, to help break ground on a new school building for children in a growing community.
Visitors to Cumberland Avenue will have an easier time finding parking starting in August.
The fourth “Hike the Hill in Heels” event kicked off Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Online renewals of staff parking permits for the 2018-2019 academic year are now available. In-person renewals of staff permits will begin at 10 a.m. Monday, July 23, at the Parking and Transit Services office at 2121 Stephenson Drive.
The Office of the Dean of Students now oversees the 865-974-HELP referral line for students in distress.
The Tennessean (Nashville) won 11 top awards, the most of any paper this year, at the annual Tennessee Press Association newspaper contest cosponsored by UT.
A new program will provide access to licensed psychologists, doctoral interns, and advanced doctoral practicum students from the School Psychology program to students with autism spectrum disorders.
Demolition is now taking place in front of the Haslam Business Building and Stokely Management Center.
Peyton Manning returned to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to recognize the 2018 Peyton Manning Scholars. Since the endowment was created in 1998, 37 students have benefited from the scholarship.
Portions of the east end of Volunteer Boulevard will be blocked next week as part of the Volunteer Boulevard streetscape project.
UT’s Haslam College of Business Executive MBA program ranks 7th among public universities nationwide, according to the Economist 2018 WhichMBA ranking.