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.
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The College of Business Administration is offering a new manufacturing leadership program to develop effective and successful site leaders in Bradley County.
Got the next big idea? Think you might have an entrepreneurial streak? Like challenges and the chance to make an impact? If so, the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites you to enter the seventh annual Business Plan Competition. The submission deadline is February 24. All undergraduate students on the Knoxville campus—from any college and from any discipline—are eligible.
UT will host a national music conference February 13-15 that will draw music educators, scholars, students, composers, and professionals from
The Center for Business and Economic Research last week released its spring 2014 Economic Report to the Governor. The report
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The Wall Street Journal interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello about the impact of a judge’s ruling that sanctions the Big
The Knoxville News Sentinel highlighted the creation of a disability task force at UT in this story. The nineteen-member group
New federal regulations mandating rest time for truckers could mean increased costs for consumers, according to a study from UT’s