UT’s Haslam College of Business and College of Architecture and Design are teaming up this semester to create an experiential learning opportunity with a twist, benefiting the United Way of Greater Knoxville.
Fifteen communities have been accepted to the inaugural cohort of the Tennessee RiverTowns Program as part of the Tennessee RiverLine, North America’s next great regional trail system.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s combination of academics, community, and traditions makes it the perfect choice to call home for first-year students who are pursuing a variety of studies.
You would imagine a person would feel at home at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee, where someone dressed as your ancestor patrols the sidelines as a mascot.
UT graduate student Caleb Brackney bought a school bus for $3,000, spent another $7,000 to turn it into a tiny house on wheels, and took up residence in the RV he dubbed the Roamer.
The Peyton Manning Scholarship, which is awarded to some of the brightest and most dedicated students from across the country, was presented by Manning himself on August 17 to four incoming first-year students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
When two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, architecture students wound up studying at home during spring semester, they designed a set of proposed solutions for safety and congestion issues on the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
After a decade of leading the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design, Scott Poole, FAIA, has announced his intent to step down as dean and return to teaching in June 2021.
Across the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty members stepped up to support their students during the pandemic, figuring out solutions to teach their courses and making adjustments on the fly.
All communities along the Tennessee River are invited to become part of North America’s next great regional trail system through the Tennessee RiverTowns Program, a new initiative from the Tennessee RiverLine.
Beyond improving an essential protective device for health care workers in the fight against COVID-19, Assistant Professor of Architecture Maged Guerguis’s response was to innovate.
Although in-person commencement ceremonies in May had to be postponed for safety, UT will recognize graduates and their outstanding achievements over the next few weeks.