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UT Nuclear Engineering Graduate Aims to Inspire Youth

It takes a lot of energy to be Jackie Young, which is a good thing because energy just happens to be Young’s specialty. When the nuclear engineering major at UT Knoxville, wasn’t in class or the library, or playing her clarinet in the Pride of the Southland Marching Band, she was planning science bowls and community service events.

Faculty Book Authors’ Research Contributes to Classroom Experience

You expect to see professors at UT Knoxville inside classrooms sharing their knowledge with students. But away from the public eye, hundreds of faculty members are conducting research, growing the knowledge in their field and penning books about their findings to share with the world.

Growing Our Graduate Education Programs

Even during challenging economic times, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is making progress on key strategic goals by adding as many as 77 new graduate assistantships and fellowships in just this past year.

Hubbard Street 2 Dance Company Performs Wednesday

Hubbard Street 2 Dance Company, an exciting company of dancers between the ages of 17 and 25 who perform a repertoire of works by some of the nation’s most promising young choreographers, will perform Wednesday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Bijou Theatre.

Take the T: Late Night

Working on campus after hours? Board the T: Late Night, which travels a fixed route around campus, or call the T: Link to pick you up. You can request a ride from any Blue Light Phone or by calling 974-4080. For more information on campus safety, visit http://safety.utk.edu.

UT Knoxville Named a ‘Best Value’ Public College by The Princeton Review

UT Knoxville provides students one of the best values in public education according to The Princeton Review. Their annual "Best Value Colleges" list features 50 public and 50 private colleges and universities, and UT was the only university in Tennessee to make the public colleges list.

Lecture Series Explores Health Care Architectural Design

The College of Architecture and Design will host a special lecture series this semester as part of a new course on health care design. The series will explore the importance of architecture in the construction of health-related facilities, and topics may be of interest to many departments across campus.

UT Committee Discusses More Cost-cutting Ideas

UT’s Committee on Effectiveness and Efficiency for the Future, a special committee of the Board of Trustees, discussed more cost-cutting proposals on Monday as university campuses and entities continue to prepare scaled-back budgets. The meeting itself exemplified one cost-cutting measure already underway — videoconferencing. The committee convened in Martin, but other trustees, administrators and staff participated via videoconference in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis.