Students in the UT Management Society and faculty and staff in the Department of Management are supporting Mobile Meals in a big way this holiday season. The student organization raised $3,000 and the department contributed another $600, all of which will fund 1,058 meals for seniors in the community.
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The campus community is playing a part in helping disadvantaged Knoxville area residents stay warm this winter. Students in the Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work organized the UT Coats for the Cold project, which collected more than 500 coats from the university community. The coats will be distributed from 8:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday, December 7, in the KARM Thrift Store parking lot, 733 N. Hall of Fame Drive.
The Metro Pulse has featured the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture’s new Pueblo exhibit, calling it “an antidote
The Washington Post highlighted the research of Bill Fox and the Center for Business and Economic Research that shows how a small-business exemption could undermine online sales tax legislation. The research suggests that a small-business safeguard could actually undermine some of the original intent of the legislation.
A study by a UT graduate teaching assistant on the trendy new compression socks some athletes are sporting provides some
A faculty-owned business that created a test to assess a teacher’s ability to teach adults how to read was one of four startup companies licensed by the UT Research Foundation in fiscal year 2013. Psychoeducational Associates—formed by Sherry Bell, Steve McCallum, and Mary Ziegler in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences—markets educational assessment tools, including the Assessment of Reading Instructional Knowledge-Adults (ARIK-A).
The Knoxville News Sentinel has highlighted the UT Libraries’ new digital collection that showcases its holdings of Civil War documents.
Jered Sprecher, an associate professor in the School of Art, is featured in the November 5 blog post of the
The Knoxville Focus has featured the efforts of architecture students and faculty members to rehabilitate two historically and culturally important
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured five UT graduate architecture students who won a national competition for their design of an