J. Clayton Arnold Challenge News

UT College Reaches its $1 Million Goal to Help Future Educators

The College of Education, Health and Human Sciences has met the $1 million challenge issued about a year ago by an anonymous donor. On Feb. 15, 2010, the anonymous donor offered to give $1 million in memory of the late J. Clayton Arnold if the college could bring in another $1 million in contributions by the end of 2010. The college met that goal on Dec. 31.

Meeting the Challenge: UT Edging Closer to $1 Million Scholarship Goal

Earlier this year, an anonymous donor issued a $1 million challenge to raise money to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in the teacher internship program at UT Knoxville. With only a month left to go on the challenge, the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences now has raised $900,000 — bringing them within $100,000 of their goal.

UT Educators Hall of Honor to Induct New Honorees on March 25

Seven educators will be honored on March 25 when they are inducted into the Educators Hall of Honor, housed in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UT Knoxville. The ceremony, which is open to the public, begins at 6 p.m. at the UT Visitor’s Center.

$1 Million Challenge: Donor Helps Raise Money for UT Teacher Education

An anonymous donor has made a $1 million challenge to raise money to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in the teacher internship program at UT Knoxville. The donor, a longtime supporter of the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, has offered to give $1 million in memory of the late J. Clayton Arnold if the college can collect at least $1 million in contributions from other supporters.