David Manderscheid took over as provost and senior vice chancellor on July 1 and has spent the past few weeks getting to know campus and finding his way around Knoxville.
Sometimes the transition to college can be more overwhelming than anticipated for students and their families.
Scruffy City Orchestra conductor Ace Edewards is the new local host of Afternoon Concert.
Visitors to Cumberland Avenue will have an easier time finding parking starting in August.
The public is invited to join the McClung Museum for a daylong bus tour to explore area geology in the foothills near Townsend.
A documentary produced by UT’s Land Grant Films, has been selected for the Immigration Film Festival held in Washington, DC.
The Chamber Singers recently returned from a 15-day tour of Ireland, where they performed in historic Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick.
A new program will provide access to licensed psychologists, doctoral interns, and advanced doctoral practicum students from the School Psychology program to students with autism spectrum disorders.
Demolition is now taking place in front of the Haslam Business Building and Stokely Management Center.
Mayor Madeline Rogero named Marilyn Kallet Poet Laureate for the City of Knoxville in a ceremony in June.
Two faculty members in the Tickle College of Engineering have received Early Career Awards from the Department of Energy for their work in nuclear fusion and structural materials for nuclear energies, respectively.
Facilities Services Electrical Services unit has been working around the clock to restore damaged electrical switchgear in the Science and Engineering Research Facility that took down power to several buildings on the Hill.