Teaching and Learning Innovation recently named 27 faculty members 2018 Faculty Fellows .
A project sparked by architecture and interior architecture students now is open for the Clarksville community to enjoy.
Faculty who are interested in incorporating either an experiential learning component, or an evidence-based teaching strategy, into one of their courses can apply to be part of this summer’s Teaching and Learning Innovation Summer Institute.
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy announced its new board members and new programming.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy is launching the Washington Program, a two-week intensive course in Washington, DC, this May.
“We should go to Iceland.” That’s what student Sydney Bittinger told her classmate Lauren Taylor when their architecture professor assigned their class to design a “place of immersion” in Reykjavik.
Teaching and Learning Innovation, a unit within the Division of Academic Affairs, has merged four offices—Experience Learning, the Teaching and Learning Center, the Office of Service-Learning and the Office of Online Programs.
Jacob Tankersley has spent the fall semester using Google Ad Words for Nonprofits in order to raise awareness about The Restoration House.
UT’s Land Grant Films has announced its most ambitious documentary yet: telling the story of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
UT’s Tickle College of Engineering and East Tennessee Children’s Hospital have teamed up to entertain and educate patients through the use of a portable 3D printer.
On her first day as a volunteer at East Knoxville Free Medical Clinic, UT senior Avanti Rangnekar dusted off her high school Spanish skills to translate medical information for a Latino family.
This fall, students in Philosophy 256S—one of UT’s first Experience Learning designated courses—will put their classroom lessons to work as they partner with Knoxville-area organizations that work with marginalized populations.