Are you ready for UT’s first game of the season against Utah State on Sunday? Before you make your way to the stadium for the 7:00 p.m. kick-off, make sure to get in the Vol spirit by joining in on some of UT’s most beloved gameday traditions.
The university will celebrate the grand opening of its new VolShop at the University Commons development on Friday and Saturday, August 29 and 30. The new store, next to Wal-Mart, is the latest satellite location of the main VolShop. Door prizes and giveaways are planned throughout the day from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
With the new University Commons retail complex now open, our campus community has more local shopping options. We also now have the option of getting there by taking the Vol Line free trolley. The Walmart opened earlier this month and the development’s other anchor tenant—Publix—opens Thursday.
What do you get when you combine a classroom, courtroom, and theater stage? Associate Professor Joy Radice’s criminal law class. Radice is using a new approach to teach criminal law.
Rachel Wedding McClelland, director of student media, joined the UT Knoxville staff this summer from Indiana State University where she advised the Indiana Statesman newspaper and yearbook publications.
UT’s undergraduate supply chain program was recently ranked third in the US, according to a report from Gartner Inc., a leading
WBIR-TV Channel 10 recently featured the Pride of the Southland Band as members practiced this week to get ready for
Fans of the Pride of the Southland Band are in for new music and surprises this season when UT’s beloved marching band takes the field. The band will debut new music it will play in the stands for cheers and chants during UT’s August 31 season opener against Utah State.
UT’s recycling program has expanded to fraternity housing. The initiative, which launched last week, provides recycling containers in and around houses on Fraternity Park Drive. These containers are for paper, aluminum and steel cans, glass, and plastics.
Educational trips have long been a part of schooling, but few journeys into the field go as far as a recent one by members of the College of Engineering. Professors Roger Parsons, of the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering, and Michael Berry, of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, led a group of budding UT engineers for a few weeks of study and work in the United Kingdom.