The Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall, the first residence hall built in forty-five years at UT, will open its doors next week to about 700 undergraduate students. The residence hall boasts state-of-the-art technology and an environmentally conscious living space. The opening of the new hall will assist UT in accommodating a larger residential population – 7,400 students will live on campus this year.
Forbes, the popular business magazine, and the Princeton Review, an educational services company known for its test-preparation services, recently ranked UT among the best universities in the country.
With the completion of the Alpha Omicron Pi and Delta Gamma houses, Sorority Village on Morgan Hill is now complete—just in time for sorority recruitment. Women begin moving in to the two houses next week. Now that the development’s thirteen houses are complete, 535 women will live at Sorority Village
UT is among the nation’s best undergraduate institutions, according to the Princeton Review‘s “The Best 379 Colleges” list.
Students of the College of Law will soon be able to practice trademark law before the US Department of Commerce’s US Patent and Trademark Office. UT is one of only forty-seven law schools chosen to participate in the USPTO Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program.
UT once again is ranked among the best institutions for undergraduate education in the United States. That’s according to Forbes, the popular business magazine, which recently released its 2014 “America’s Top Colleges” list.
Traffic on Pat Head Summitt Street between Volunteer Boulevard and Johnny Majors Drive is southbound only now through August 29.
UT Culinary Program students catered and served lunch to 120 American Red Cross volunteers last week. WATE-TV Channel 6 featured
A section of Phillip Fulmer Way from Middle Drive to Peyton Manning Pass will be closed all day Sunday, July 27, to remove asphalt in preparation for repaving. On Wednesday, July 30, the same section of Phillip Fulmer Way will close at 1:00 p.m. for the new paving, and will reopen to two-way traffic that evening.
Continuing work on the Strong Hall construction site will close the nearby pedestrian bridge over Cumberland Avenue on August 6 for the fall and spring semesters. A reopening date has not yet been set.