On July 1, a new state law takes effect that allows Tennessee’s public colleges and universities’ full-time faculty and staff, who have handgun-carry permits, to carry handguns on campus.
The New York Times recently featured a UT study showing that human decomposition is much more variable than that of either pigs or rabbits.
Emlera Quince is a changed man. And as of October 1, he will be a free man, thanks to students and faculty at the College of Law.
With UT’s football season opener moved up two days to Thursday, September 1, there will be some important adjustments to the fall semester academic calendar.
Starting July 1, UT Fleet Management will align its short-term vehicle rentals with state contract rates offered by Enterprise and National car rentals.
Jonathan Overly has helped usher in a number of improvements to the region’s eco-infrastructure, from car charging stations to alternative fuel vehicles.
The Pride Center Ambassadors are hosting a gathering of healing, support, and peace at 6:00 p.m. today in Hodges Library in response to the attack on a nightclub that killed more than fifty people and wounded fifty-three more in Orlando, Florida.
Forbes magazine recently ranked UT among the country’s top places to work in higher education. That may be news to some, but not to UT’s employees. Many faculty and staff have spent most, if not all, of their careers on Rocky Top.
Hillary Herndon, associate professor in the School of Music and a Community Engagement Incentive Grant winner, along with some of her students, have begun their summer collaborating with local administrators and teachers at a school in Moshi, Tanzania, to introduce some of the school’s students to their first string instruments.
In a post for the Work Healthy UT blog, Carrera Romanini, Institute of Agriculture AgResearch communications coordinator, explains the Grow More, Give More program, an Institute of Agriculture and Society of St. Andrew service project designed to bring fresh, local produce to people in need.