Exactly 100 of Tennessee’s top high school students are spending part of their summer on campus as part of the annual Governor’s Schools for the Sciences and Engineering.
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The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will host a free public lecture about early twentieth-century artists in Knoxville on Thursday, June 26. The 6:00 p.m. talk is in connection with the special exhibit The Collector’s Eye: American and European Art from the McClung Museum.
The UT Board of Trustees honored President Emeritus Joseph E. Johnson with the Trustees’ Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor bestowed by the board.
For some, getting on the Internet can be a blast. Now, thanks to the Bandwidth for Leadership in Advancing Science and Technology project—known as BLAST—it can also be faster for computer users at UT. A recent upgrade makes it possible for UT users to make use of Internet speeds up to 100 gigabits per second. Most research institutions have Internet speeds around 10 gigabits per second.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees approved a $2.05 billion system-wide budget Thursday and set student tuition and fees for all campuses. UT Knoxville in-state undergraduates will pay between 3 and 6 percent more for tuition beginning this fall. UT Knoxville now has three tuition rates as a result of changes to the 15-4 tuition model last year.
The new volleyball practice facility is being named the “Joan Cronan Volleyball Practice Facility” after Cronan, who spent three decades working for UT Athletics. The Board of Trustees approved the action on Thursday. Construction on the facility will be completed for the fall 2014 season.
One of the key connections between the College of Engineering and the business world has hit a major milestone as the Reliability and Maintainability Center welcomes its fiftieth corporate partner.
Work will start Thursday, June 19, to relocate an accessible pedestrian ramp on the north side of Joe Johnson Drive on the Agriculture Campus.
In the early-morning hours during student orientation sessions this summer, traffic on a section of Melrose Avenue between Hodges Library and Tyson Alumni House will be redirected eastbound toward Volunteer Boulevard.
UT has changed the point at which a student’s educational records fall under federal protection.