August 1, 2016

Supply Chain Graduate Programs Ranked Second in the Nation
UT's graduate programs in supply chain management are ranked second in the nation, according to a report by Gartner, a leading industry research company. "We believe the rankings truly demonstrate the quality of education that our students receive," said Chad Autry, pictured, head of the marketing and supply chain management department. Read more...
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Museum's August Events Include Stroller Tour, Family Fun Day
McClung Museum is offering programs focused on ancient art and civilizations this month. A stroller tour, "Stories from the Cave" is set for 10:00–11:30 a.m. Monday, August 15. A "Sailing Along the Nile" Family Fun Day will be held 1:00–4:00 p.m. Saturday, August 27. Read more...
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Tickets Available for Scott Kelly Event
Free tickets to attend the 5:30 p.m. Monday Life of the Mind event featuring US astronaut Scott Kelly are still available. UT faculty and staff can pick up tickets in the First–Year Studies office, Room 217 of Greve Hall. General public tickets are available at Union Avenue Bookstore and the ticket office in Thompson-Boling Arena. Student tickets are available at all three locations. Read more...
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Alum to Join Joint Chiefs of Staff
Joseph Lengyel, an Air Force general and UT graduate, was confirmed by the Senate for promotion to the rank of four-star general June 30. He will be promoted to the new rank and will become chief of the National Guard Bureau in a ceremony later this summer. Read more...
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Center for Physical Activity and Health Offers Body Composition Testing
The Center for Physical Activity and Health is seeking faculty, staff, and students who want to better understand their health to participate in body composition and aerobic testing. All testing is performed at the exercise physiology lab in the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building. Read more...
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Announcements
New Parking Permit Year Begins Today Read more...
New Issue of Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship Available Online Read more...
Deadline to Submit Nomination for AAAS Award for Public Engagement with Science Is August 15 Read more...

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Events
Camtasia for Mac, 2:00–4:00 p.m. Tuesday Read more...
OneShot Video for Instruction, 10:00 a.m. to Noon Wednesday Read more...
Farmers Market, 4:00–7:00 p.m. Wednesday Read more...

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Photography

Volunteering with the Vols: Knoxville

Current students, prospective students, alumni, and admissions staff members in the Volunteering with the Vols program worked with Keep Knoxville Beautiful on July 22. Back row, left to right, are Taylor Crabtree, Taylor Thomas, Amanda Thornton (prospective student), Jayden Thornton (prospective student), Alexie Thornton (prospective student), Matthew Howard, Aubrey Sawyer (current student), and Doyce Hughes. Kneeling are Allie Clouse, Beatriz Satizabal, and Kate Kennedy. Read more...

Volunteering with the Vols: Atlanta

Lika Perez (current student), right, works with a client in the senior activity center at Atlanta's Meals on Wheels. Volunteering with the Vols is a series of community service projects coordinated by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Read more...

 
 
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