Newspaper publishers, editors, writers, and designers won top awards today in the Tennessee Press Association’s 2020 newspaper contest cosponsored by UT, which has been a part of the annual event since 1940.
This fall, Deaf Studies faculty will train more than 400 undergraduate students in American Sign Language and prepare approximately 75 undergraduate interpreters and preservice teachers to serve as educators.
UT’s Program for Pet Health Equity works to connect underserved individuals with veterinary service providers.
Three faculty from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences were recently awarded a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Computer Science for All program.
The Academy for Global Scholars, a program that provides first-year students with a unique opportunity for global engagement and individual growth, has welcomed 23 students into its inaugural class.
A federal grant will offer agricultural workforce development to prepare students to fill expected gaps in the nation’s food, agriculture, and related industries.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Education Health and Human Sciences compiled a comprehensive list of resources for teachers, parents, and caregivers to enhance virtual learning efforts.
To support the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, created a video to highlight four initiatives that make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.
Assistant Professor of Practice Sukey Steckel was teaching a leadership course required for students in the Master of Social Work program when the pandemic took classes online halfway through spring semester.
The podcast, hosted by Jad Abumrad and produced by Shima Oliaee with WNYC, is based on Professor Lynn Sacco’s class, Dolly’s America: From Sevierville to the World.
“Along with the educational learning UT has provided, this program has been a life-changing experience for me,” Jazmynn Hardy says.
It was a win-win situation born from the most unpredictable circumstances for a dozen UT teacher education students and Centro Hispano, a local nonprofit serving Latino youth and families.