Aware of the shortage of personal protective equipment for medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the costume shop of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Clarence Brown Theatre has begun making masks to donate.
For college students, the US Census Bureau wants to know where a student is living on or near campus rather than the permanent address of a parent or guardian.
WUOT, the Knoxville NPR station licensed to the University of Tennessee, will launch a new six-episode podcast called Improvisations to Go on March 31.
Every year, the University of Tennessee Graduate School sets aside a week in the spring to recognize graduate and professional students. This year, it’s March 30 through April 3.
Students received a big surprise Thursday when Peyton Manning dropped in on John Haas’ Communication Studies Senior Capstone class.
The Student Success Center and the Office of Multicultural Student Life are going above and beyond to provide easily accessible online resources to students.
As the nation adjusts to social distancing and other COVID-19 safety measures, many University of Tennessee, Knoxville, alumni are pitching in to help neighbors cope with the challenges of the health crisis.
UT announced a student emergency fund to provide financial assistance to students in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In labs across campus, faculty and staff are fabricating face-shield headbands and other personal protective gear for use by Tennessee medical professionals.
University classes are online and UT Libraries’ collections and services are available to help them.
Karen Lloyd delivered a conference keynote address remotely—from her laptop, with her six-year-old daughter, Mary Jon, perched on her knees.
“I couldn’t let another day go by thinking about items like that in my lab, left over from old projects and just taking up room on the shelves.”