Jordan Schools has been on a mission since she was a child. Now, with a master’s degree from UT, she’s prepared to take that mission to a new level.
Nick Giecek graduates in May with a master’s degree in recreation and sport management with a concentration in therapeutic recreation. After graduation, Giecek will take his leadership skills to Atlanta, where he will work as an adaptive sports specialist at the Shepherd Center.
Students in a hospitality and tourism class at UT spent spring semester blending classroom learning with real-world experience to improve accessibility in Knoxville’s hospitality industry.
An award-winning research and service center in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is leading a diplomacy initiative across the United States this April to promote inclusion for people with disabilities.
Beginning in the 2019–20 academic year, UT will establish a pilot program to assess and evaluate the feasibility of access to university housing by FUTURE program students.
Pellissippi State Community College and Cumberland University saw increased enrollment and degree completion in the four years since Tennessee Promise, the state’s flagship community college access program, was launched, according to studies by UT’s Postsecondary Education Research Center.
Families and volunteers from Farragut and other parts of Knox County gathered at Farragut Primary School March 10 for an inclusive field day organized by UT’s Department of Therapeutic Recreation in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
IQ in childhood is a better indicator of adult wealth than math for very preterm and very low-weight babies, according to a new study in PLOS One.
Ten faculty members will each have six minutes and 40 seconds to explain their unique research ranging from Nationwide commercials to neurological disorders at Mic/Nite on Wednesday, March 13.
Students have started a new club that will provide tutoring to elementary school students. The Volunteers Tutoring Club places members in local elementary schools to work with children who need additional assistance, but whose families cannot afford to hire a private tutor.
UT senior Ashley Sullivan had a taste of the Big Apple during New York Fashion Week.
For the second year in a row, UT was rated top among Tennessee institutions for preparing teachers to work in the state, according to the 2018 Teacher Preparation Report Card.