Ten students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, have been selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern in global programs (abroad and virtual) in upcoming terms.
A two-year project, funded by a $399,098 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant, will delve into the lives of early career researchers around the world to better understand how the pandemic is affecting their work and role in the academic community.
Three years ago, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Associate Professor of Journalism and Electronic Media Nick Geidner gave the students of Land Grant Films—the program through which Geidner leads students in creating documentaries—the challenge of telling the story of the Imagination Library.
As John Metz looked at remote learning programs, he was drawn to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Information Sciences program, especially the digital and curation curriculum of Assistant Professor Carolyn Hank.
The Graduate School at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, hasn’t let the pandemic stop it from having record enrollment and increased interaction with students.
Mike Wirth, dean of the College of Communication and Information for the past 14 years, has announced his decision to step down and return to teaching at the end of the current academic year.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students worked on a marketing campaign for alumnus Ben Weprin’s new hotel, Graduate Knoxville, featuring memorabilia from Peyton Manning.
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.
Despite spending half of spring semester apart during the pandemic, some students in Lecturer Gerald Witt’s digital news class got published and scored internships.
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.
The student-led weekly UT Today news program is produced by School of Journalism and Electronic Media lecturer Melissa Greene-Blye’s advanced multimedia reporting class.
Professors leading weekly sessions in mindfulness-based stress reduction with medical residents and employees at the University of Tennessee Medical Center say the timing has coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic.