Faculty members who have published books within the last year will be honored at a reception on Tuesday, April 29, in the John C. Hodges Library. The campus community is invited to the reception, which will begin at 3:30 p.m. in the Jack E. Reese Galleria on the first floor of the library.
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Metro Pulse writer Alan Sherrod gave a stellar review of UT’s recent production of the opera Cosi Fan Tutte. Read
UT professor emeritus and celebrated scenic designer Bob Cothran will be awarded the Clarence Brown Theatre Society Artistic Achievement Award at this year’s Clarence Brown Theatre Gala on Sunday, June 8. Tickets are now on sale for the 6:30 p.m. gala, which will be downtown at the Standard Knoxville, 416 West Jackson Avenue.
As the mystery deepens with Malaysia Flight 370, Andy White, director of the UT Aerospace and Defense MBA program, says the
A UT 4-H Extension initiative aimed at empowering college students to create obesity prevention programs for their peers and high
The Wall Street Journal recently interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello for a story about accounting firm BDO USA LLP and
A team of College of Business Administration students competing in the 2013 TVA Investment Challenge outperformed the market and earned almost $6,000 for its successful performance. The team’s portfolio provided a return of 39.5 percent, above the 32.4 percent return generated by the S&P 500.
For the seventh consecutive semester, the Boyd Venture Fund is soliciting applications from student-owned companies interested in securing a grant to help grow their businesses. The deadline for application submissions is Monday, March 24. The UT Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation administers the fund. All UT students, regardless of academic discipline or degree program (doctoral, master’s, or undergraduate) are eligible to apply.
Sandy, a prehistoric Native American sandstone statue of a kneeling male figure that is part of the permanent collections at
Jean Lewis, professor emeritus in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, recently passed away after an extended illness. Lewis served as a member of the UT faculty for more than twenty years until her retirement in 1995. She was a vital part of the physical education faculty and later, the exercise science faculty, in which she played a major role in the development of a new undergraduate major. A celebration of life service will be held at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow at Rose Mortuary on Broadway.