UT faculty joined community volunteers this weekend to install a new natural playground at the North Head Start Center. The playground
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A historic mural that has survived controversy, vandalism, and an impending demolition of its longtime home is being featured
Several regional and national media outlets highlighted a recent UT report that shows winter was hard on the economy in
The News Sentinel wrote a story about an upcoming exhibit featuring UT’s Greenwood Mural. The exhibit, at the UT Downtown
Philip Enquist, the new UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair, was featured in the News Sentinel this week. He has tackled projects from China
Tennessee’s new business filings increased in the first quarter of this year compared with the same period in 2013, suggesting
Students and faculty from the College of Architecture and Design head to Haiti next week to continue work on design-build projects, including a guidebook that will address the urgent need for adequate building standards in the country. The book, LIFEHouse, will emphasize the lesser-known relationship between housing design and disease prevention. The UT Haiti Project team will be in the country May 29 to June 1.
One year into a two-year pilot program, UT’s test of a new online learning technology platform has achieved successful outcomes that have resulted in additional state funding. Launched in May 2013, the pilot program uses technology developed by Coursera and edX, national innovators in massive open online courses, or MOOCs. The initiative is a partnership between the UT System and the Tennessee Board of Regents and is funded by a $1 million appropriation from the state of Tennessee for online innovation projects in connection with Governor Haslam’s “Drive to 55″ campaign.
Nastaran Simarasl, a UT management doctoral candidate, is one of three finalists in the prestigious Global Development Awards and Medals Competition. The competition is sponsored by the Global Development Network, an international organization funded by the Japanese government.
Rhonda Reger, a professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship has been appointed director of research for the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She will be responsible for fostering and generating external funding to support entrepreneurship research.