Students News

UT Reminds Prospective Students of Dec. 1 Application Deadline

UT Knoxville’s application deadline for incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 academic year is Tuesday, Dec. 1. Vern Granger, director of undergraduate admissions and assistant dean of enrollment services, said applications have been coming in this year at a steady pace and that UT seeks to admit students who demonstrate the ability to succeed at UT.

Students Embark on Leadership Summit Nov. 13

Nearly 200 students from UT Knoxville will travel to the Clyde Austin 4-H Camp in Greenville, Tenn., on Friday, Nov. 13 for the university’s annual Student Leadership Summit. The two-day conference will help student leaders enhance their leadership skills through interactions with UT staff, faculty and other students.

Help UT Students Raise Funds for Juvenile Diabetes Research

This week is Diabetes Awareness Week, and the Diabetes Advisory Board, an organization for students who may have diabetes or family members with diabetes, and students majoring in health care who want to learn more about the disease, is selling orange bracelets on campus. All proceeds go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Attention Future Vols! UT Knoxville Application Deadlines Approaching

UT Knoxville’s priority application deadline – which incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 academic year must meet to be considered for competitive scholarships and the Chancellor’s Honors Program – is Nov. 1, only nine days away. And the regular admissions deadline of Dec. 1 is also just around the corner.

UT Teams to Compete in Regional ‘Battle of the Brains’ Computer Programming Contest

UT Knoxville teams will compete in the Association for Computing Machinery International’s regional-level Collegiate Programming Contest on Oct. 24. The UT teams will compete against teams from Tennessee colleges and universities. The competition requires teams to solve complex problems within a five-hour time limit. Only 100 teams advance to the World Finals in February in Harbin, China.

UT Recognizes Graduate Student Fellowship Winners

The UT Knoxville graduate school will recognize some of its most outstanding students this week. More than 50 graduate students have received fellowships based on their research work. The students will be honored at a lunch Thursday, Oct. 1. The fellowship program promotes recruitment of excellent scholars to graduate programs.

UT Welcomes Students, Employers to Annual Fall Job Fair on Sept. 30

Nearly 150 employers will set up shop in Thompson-Boling Arena from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, for the Fall Job Fair sponsored by the Career Services office at UT Knoxville. UT Career Services hosts the Fall Job Fair each year to give soon-to-be graduates the opportunity to meet representatives from corporate employers, government agencies and non-profit organizations recruiting students for full-time, entry-level positions or internships. The event is open only to current UT students.

23 UT Students Team Up with Pros in Communications Mentoring Program

Twenty-three female students in the College of Communication and Information at UT Knoxville have been paired with cable telecommunications professionals in a mentoring program. The program is sponsored by the local chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) and supported by local businesses, including Scripps Networks and RIVR Media.