Graduate student Shande King turned dual passions for math and French into a multi-degree journey at UT where he found a calling in the field of education.
Hosted by the Graduate School and other campus partners, various events and engagement opportunities will take place all week to spotlight UT’s graduate students and the incredible work they do.
Every year, the University of Tennessee Graduate School sets aside a week in the spring to recognize graduate and professional students. This year, it’s March 30 through April 3.
Caroline Billings, a DVM-PhD candidate in the College of Veterinary Medicine took first place in the third annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition held Wednesday as a part of UT’s Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.
Jessica Vélez, a PhD candidate in the UT–Oak Ridge National Laboratory Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education, took first place in the Three-Minute Thesis competition held last week as a part of UT’s Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.
Sandy Cobb first became interested in seizure disorders while working as an EEG technician at the University of North Carolina Medical Center.
Sandy Cobb first became interested in seizure disorders while working as an EEG technician at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. Now Cobb, earning her PhD in nursing, was in the first group of students to receive the Tennessee Fellowship for Graduate Excellence.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, and deaths by suicide are increasing every year despite prevention efforts.
PhD candidate Shane Bierma is helping the LGBT+ community live better and healthier lives.