Barbecue was on the menu recently as the Labor Day weekend kicked off in style for UT engineering students thanks to a cookout and meet-and-greet hosted by the Office of Engineering Professional Practice.
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Four UT professors are spanning the globe as Fulbright Scholars this year. The Fulbright Program is a prestigious international exchange initiative that awards about 1,100 grants to American scholars each year.
UT’s historic Greenwood Mural has found a long-term home and will continue to be displayed publicly, thanks to an agreement with the Knoxville Museum of Art.
UT welcomes fans to campus this Saturday for the football game against Arkansas State University. Kickoff is set for noon EDT for the Volunteers’ game against the Red Wolves. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. The new SEC Network will televise the game. Tickets are still available for the game.
Do you subscribe to Vol Update, the campus student e-newsletter? Wondering why you should? Vol Update is an e-newsletter that helps students stay connected through features on news, deadlines, reminders, job and internship opportunities, student honors and achievements, event reminders, and more. All current undergraduate and graduate students receive Vol Update on Mondays and Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters.
It’s not uncommon to find sharp minds on the Hill, one of the oldest collections of buildings on the UT campus. Sharp blades, on the other hand, well that takes something special.
The National Geographic Society has chosen UT to host a set of events on September 20 promoting its Young Explorers Grants program. From documenting threatened animals to exploring canyons, the program supports students ages eighteen through twenty-five pursuing field projects in research, exploration, and conservation.
Taylor Hathorn discovered a passion for promoting military veterans through her involvement with UT’s Medal of Honor Project. Now that passion has turned into a job for the 2014 journalism graduate.
An idea for a new way to test some of the smallest pieces of our planet has earned a large award—more than $2.2 million to be exact—from the National Science Foundation for a pair of professors in the College of Engineering.
Italian law professor Andrea Pin will discuss the relationship between religion and international law during his visit to the College of Law on Monday, September 8. Pin is a senior lecturer at the University of Padua’s Department of Public, International, and European Law, where he teaches constitutional law, comparative public law, and Islamic law.