This Tennessee Arbor Day more than 120 trees will be planted on campus.
Through an innovative program intended to reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions on campus, Facilities Services recently purchased eight new electric vehicles.
Anita O’Dell, a staff member in Facilities Services, passed away suddenly February 12. She was 48. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, February 21, at the Facilities Services Complex.
Last month, for the first time ever, UT was recognized as a 2017 Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Do you know of an area on campus that needs sprucing up? Facilities Services is taking nominations as part of their Volunteer First Impressions contest.
Before Mona Hernandez leaves her office each evening, she checks one last item off her to-do list: emptying her deskside recycling and trash bins. It’s part of My Tiny Trash, a new waste reduction and awareness initiative coming to UT office buildings that swaps deskside trash cans for gray three-quart Tiny Trash containers.
A new permanent exhibit at the Facilities Services Complex on Sutherland Avenue honors the site’s history as part of the “Marble City,” when Knoxville was the epicenter of the booming Tennessee marble industry.
UT Recycling has opened the Grow Lab, a campus garden that serves as an outdoor classroom and hub for community engagement while working to address local food insecurity.
A new UT policy governs the use of temporary signs or displays on campus property.
The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building is among the many new buildings and upgraded facilities changing the face of campus this fall.
KUB crews have completed repairs to a broken water main that closed most of Lake Loudoun Boulevard Wednesday. Roadway repairs will continue until Saturday evening.
With work underway on the new engineering complex east of Neyland Stadium, pedestrians will find detours to guide them around the site.