A statewide team of RNs will work to improve vaccination rates and enhance vaccine education and outreach.
The Vine School Health Center has been providing care for its patients and making an impact on the community for over 25 years
Michael Curtis shares his story of how a medical diagnosis at age 11 changed his career goals
Completed projects include a new dining facility and engineering complex; others continue.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees unanimously approved a new strategic vision for the Knoxville campus along with several other measures.
The UT Board of Trustees has approved the naming of the Croley Nursing Building in honor of alumna Sara Croley and her husband, Ross.
The college will begin the yearlong celebration at its annual NightinGala, Friday, November 12.
Undergraduate students will serve as health care technicians. Graduate students, who are all licensed and trained registered nurses, will serve in ICUs and provide bedside care to COVID-19 patients.
UT improved in key rankings metrics such as graduation and retention, faculty resources, and student excellence. Chancellor Donde Plowman said the university is well-positioned to continue such a positive trajectory.
Amy Neil’s loss led to the Luke Hudson Neil Foundation, honoring her son and supporting the UT project that gave her a keepsake of his life.
For the past year, faculty and students have been helping with the launch of Knox County’s first recovery high school program.
A UT team will compete in the ultimate battle of brains in the new summer series “Capital One College Bowl,” hosted by UT alumnus Peyton Manning on NBC.