David M. Royse, coordinator and associate professor of music education in UT’s School of Music, is one of nine music faculty members nationwide chosen to participate in the CMS-NAMM Summer Fellows Program for Music Faculty.
The American Nuclear Society will bestow 11 scholarships on UT nuclear engineering students at its annual meeting in San Francisco on June 11.
Professor of Nuclear Engineering Richard Wood of the Tickle College of Engineering has been selected as a 2017 fellow of the American Nuclear Society, one of the highest honors a nuclear engineer can achieve.
The Language and World Business program provides students interested in studying language, culture, and business with a curriculum designed to prepare them for careers in today’s global market and economy. It is the most popular major in the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures.
UT’s Culinary Institute is offering a variety of cooking classes this summer.
Stone, Mesh and Metal: Prints by Beauvais Lyons, Althea Murphy-Price and Koichi Yamamoto is the featured exhibition in the Clayton Center for the Arts’ Blackberry Farm Gallery through September 1.
The Consortium for Social Enterprise Effectiveness program with the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Haslam College of Business, will provide 3 scholarships to UT faculty or staff members to attend “On Board,” a 6-session series to prepare mid-career, high-potential professionals for service as nonprofit board members.
The McClung Museum has teamed up with Knox County Public Library and other area partners to offer summer enrichment opportunities for children and teens.
Several Municipal Technical Advisory Service consultants recently received honors from the Master of Public Policy and Administration program faculty.
The Tickle College of Engineering will soon welcome the return of its popular EVol and HITES camps.