Michele Norris, a financial specialist in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, knows what it means to get a helping hand.
Harold Moser, former editor of the Papers of Andrew Jackson project and a retired faculty member in the Department of History, died April 4. He was 77.
The Association of Public Land-grant Universities’ Task Force on Laboratory Safety has released its Guide to Implementing a Safety Culture in Our Universities.
Judith Mallory, the College of Engineering’s international coordinator, led fifteen students on the college’s Alternative Spring Break to the town of San Ignacio, Belize. The trip marked the first joint project between the College of Engineering and the Chancellor’s Honors Program.
As compliance officer for the UT System’s Office of Institutional Compliance, Leigh Cheek helps to ensure that all of the UT campuses are complying with the details of regulations governing research, campus safety, students, and other matters.
UT Recycling and the Office of Sustainability will host an art show 6:00–10:00 p.m. Friday, April 15, to raise awareness and engage the community in sustainability efforts in the Knoxville area.
Thomas N. Childers, one of the most influential historians on the origins of German fascism and modern Germany, has been named the UT history department’s outstanding alumnus for 2016.
A visiting lecturer will explore the ways in which monuments of indigenous people are misinterpreted by different communities during a talk at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 13.
Our logo is our primary identifier, and a logo must be present on all communications from the university.
Families are invited to join the McClung Museum from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Monday, April 18, for a “Mayan Folktales” Stroller Tour.