The Knoxville News Sentinel featured five UT graduate architecture students who won a national competition for their design of an
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The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture last week installed a life-size dinosaur sculpture at its front entrance as
Social Work Professor Charles Glisson recently was honored with a lifetime achievement award from the National Association of Social Workers
Newly published research by Danielle Atkins, assistant professor in the UT Department of Political Science, shows schools that have a
Need a little help getting your student-owned business off the ground? The Boyd Venture Fund is looking for UT students interested in applying for seed-funding grants. The application deadline for the fall 2013 semester is Friday, November 8.
Bill Fox, director of the UT Center for Business and Economic Research, spoke with CardHub about sales tax holidays in
Got a business idea but don’t know how to turn it into reality? Students, staff and faculty, and community members are invited to attend the fall 2013 Vol Court, which kicks off Tuesday, October 1. The program, which runs through November 5, provides budding entrepreneurs the tools to start and grow their businesses. The final session will be a pitch competition where top presenters or teams will win cash prizes and valuable free business services.
The Master of Business Administration supply chain concentration was featured recently in US News. Amy Cathey, executive director of the
The UT Wines of the South competition is back this year and for the first time, the average consumer will have the chance to be a judge. Faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to participate in the event, which will begins at 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, October 12, at the UT Conference Center. The discounted price is $49.
Six acclaimed writers with connections to UT will read and perform their work at Ijams Nature Center on Sunday, September 22. “Letters to the Earth: Songs and Poems of Conservation” will feature Jesse Graves, Marilyn Kallet, Jeff Daniel Marion, Linda Parsons Marion, R. B. Morris, and Arthur Smith. They are all either UT faculty, staff, or alumni.