For the second year in a row, full-time University of Tennessee, Knoxville faculty and staff have reached a 99 percent completion rate for Title IX mandatory reporter training.
The fall 2019 dean’s list has been posted online.
UT has committed to diverting half of its waste from landfills by 2030 as part of a larger goal of becoming a zero waste institution. This will be a significant increase in the diversion rate; the 2018 rate was 33 percent.
Chancellor Donde Plowman and Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Engagement Tyvi Small invite all students, faculty, and staff to a series of events to commemorate King’s legacy.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture is one of three Smithsonian affiliates nationwide awarded a $25,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to reach under-served audiences with standard-based learning around paleontology, evolution, and deep time.
Four UT students are among more than 1,400 American undergraduate students from 427 colleges and universities across the country selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Strong economic growth in Tennessee and the United States is expected to continue for the 10th straight year in 2020, although that growth will keep slowing as it did in 2019.
With the new year now under way, a variety of new and continuing construction projects are greeting University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students, faculty, and staff returning to campus for the spring semester.
A study about daily step goals co-authored by David Bassett, head of the Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies, is among the most discussed and shared of 2019 according to Altmetric.
The undergraduate program in the Haslam College of Business placed 27th in the nation among public universities in rankings of top business schools by Poets and Quants.
The fall semester may be over, but Facilities Services crews are just getting started on a variety of upgrades across campus to complete them while classes are not in session.
Starting January 6, UT Mail Services will take over responsibility for delivering and picking up packages on campus.