If “practice makes perfect” holds true, medical and assisted living facilities could see a marked improvement thanks to a new center opening on campus. The College of Nursing and College of Engineering teamed together to come up with the HITS—Health Information Technology and Simulation—Lab, creating spaces identical to a variety of care facilities, complete with
One of the fastest growing graduate programs at UT has again risen in the 2015 U.S. News and World Report graduate rankings released today. UT’s graduate program in nuclear engineering now ranks fifth among all universities in the nation. The supply chain management and logistics graduate program held steady at seventh place among public universities
Students and faculty of the College of Nursing and the College of Architecture and Design are addressing rural Appalachia’s wellness and disaster planning through the UT Appalachia Community Health and Disaster Readiness Project. Funded by a grant from the US Health Resources and Services Administration, the project is researching the needs of Clay County, Kentucky,
The College of Nursing has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare to be used for a 2014 doctoral student scholarship. The college is matching the funds. As a recipient of this grant, the college is part of a national effort to stem the faculty shortage and prepare
Maureen Nalle, an assistant professor in the College of Nursing, passed away on Friday at the age of sixty-one. Her teaching focused on the college’s continuing education, teaching, and community service. She also served in the US Army where she retired with the rank of major.
UT’s College of Nursing is celebrating a year of growth with its annual NightinGala. The fundraiser will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, at the Holiday Inn in World’s Fair Park. The cost is $125 per person and the event is open to the public. Alumni, faculty and friends will enjoy food,
Honors and awards for the university’s faculty and graduate students.
The first doctor to admit AIDS patients to Tennessee hospitals will talk about his experiences as a physician, professor, and best-selling author when he delivers the fourth annual Anne Mayhew Distinguished Honors Lecture at UT on September 25. Abraham Verghese has been senior associate chair and professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of
Two UT faculty members are representing the university in Leadership Knoxville’s Class of 2014. Ernest Brothers, assistant dean of the Graduate School, and Victoria Niederhauser, professor and dean of the College of Nursing, are two of the forty-eight area leaders in this year’s class of accomplished professionals from an array of backgrounds. This is the
WBIR-TV covered a philanthropic effort by nursing students called the Precious Prints Project which provides a silver finger charm to families who have lost a child at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. The students are hosted a fundraising run called “Sprint for the Prints” for the project on September 14. The effort is a partnership between
In Clay County, Kentucky, flooding or ice frequently blocks access to emergency services. If a tornado hit the area, shelter would also be hard to find. A group of UT faculty members and students is trying to change this situation. Nursing professors in the Global Disaster Nursing program are working with architecture and environmental engineering
Nan Gaylord, associate professor of nursing and founder of the Vine School Health Center, has been chosen as a 2013 Health Care Hero by the Greater Knoxville Business Journal. The CEOs of the five Knoxville-area hospital systems serve as judges of the program, selecting the Health Care Heroes from more than a hundred outstanding nominations.