UT's new Sustainability Manager Preston Jacobsen is ready to hit the ground running. Coming from Haywood Community College in North Carolina, Jacobsen is eager to implement a variety of initiatives on the large scale afforded by the UT campus. "The pride of being a Southeastern Conference school is something that I want to tap into," he said.
Brianna Rader, a Haslam Scholar and a senior in the College Scholars program from Knoxville, is an alternate for a Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in Great Britain. Rader, a graduate of Halls High School, was one of the top regional applicants for the scholarship. Being an alternate means she could still be awarded a Marshall Scholarship if a slot opens up.
Smokey, the beloved UT mascot, will be joined on his adventures by raccoon and turtle friends in a new interactive electronic book that was released this month. Tales from Rocky Top, Volume I contains three children's stories selected through a writing competition that took place last spring. The book is produced through the UT Rocky Top Institute.
In 2001, Taylor Eighmy was issued a patent for an invention that keeps heavy metal from contaminated marine sediments from seeping further into the water. Now, UT's vice chancellor for research and engagement at UT is being honored for his contributions in innovation and technology development with the election to the 2013 class of National Academy of Inventors Fellows.
Classes may be over, but UT has plenty of activities to enjoy throughout December. Here are some events holiday "staycationers" won't want to miss.
Tom Cervone has returned to UT as managing director of the Professional Master of Business Administration program. Cervone is a 2010 graduate of the program, which is based in the College of Business Administration. Since graduation, he has been serving as a leadership development coach for the program.
No fares, biodiesel, bike racks, USB stations, and real-time GPS tracking are just a few features of our new and improved bus fleet.
The Office of Service-Learning supports faculty in the design and implementation of service-learning courses and facilitates quality service-learning partnerships between faculty and community organizations.
Working at the University of Tennessee offers more than just a stable job. Generous vacation and personal leave, numerous retirement options, free tuition, and all the added benefits of life at a major research university.
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