UT Science Forum presents…


Image from Vintage Book Cover: ‘The Core of All Matter’  Posted: August 5, 2015 | Author: The Butcher Doctor Thomas Papenbrock, UT Professor of Physics and Astronomy will speak on: The Atomic Nucleus: The Core of Matter, the Fuel of Stars.  The atomic nucleus, the tiny object at the center of an atom, contains almost all theContinue reading “UT Science Forum presents…”

Reunión gratuita para impartir consejos sobre Inmigración


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Centro Hispano y los colegios de leyes de la Universidad de Tennessee y de la Universidad Lincoln Memorial realizarán una reunión gratuita para impartir consejos sobre Inmigración. La reunión se llevarà a cabo el próximo sábado 25 de Enero de 9-12pm en Centro Hispano (2455 Sutherland Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37919). Habrá intérpretes disponibles. PorContinue reading “Reunión gratuita para impartir consejos sobre Inmigración”

Arts and Culture Alliance presenta una Exposición Internacional


Arte y Cultura Alliance presenta Libélulas del Mundo : una Exposición Internacional KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — La Alianza de las Artes y la Cultura presenta con orgullo ” Libélulas del Mundo : una Exposición Internacional “, con obras de la pintura, técnica mixta y escultura de 21 artistas procedentes de  Europa,  América Central y Estados Unidos. LaContinue reading “Arts and Culture Alliance presenta una Exposición Internacional”

UT World Cafe Offers Taste of France and Spain Aug. 8, 13


KNOXVILLE—The Ready for the World Cafe at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will feature French fare on Thursday, Aug. 8.   The meal will be served family-style, with some items like appetizers displayed on the table.   The cafe, which is open to the public, operates from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the UT Visitors Center, 2712Continue reading “UT World Cafe Offers Taste of France and Spain Aug. 8, 13”

University of Tennessee student petition Chancellor Cheek to forgo his $22,356


In the aftermath of The University of Tennessee announcement of an 8% increase in tuition for 2013 students voices are heard online.  A University of Tennessee student’s petition asking Chancellor Cheek to forgo his $22,356 pay raise amidst budget cuts is taking off on Change.org. Already, 700 students have signed The petition author is Andrew Doss,Continue reading “University of Tennessee student petition Chancellor Cheek to forgo his $22,356”

UT prepara enfermeras para desastres globales


KNOXVILLE — La Escuela de Enfermería de la Universidad de Tennessee prepara a enfermeras para trabajar en desastres mundiales brindando atención a las víctimas, manejando los recursos, la comunicación y la dirección de otras personas en el cuidado psicológico y el bienestar físico. La Escuela de Enfermería está aceptando solicitudes para su nuevo programa deContinue reading “UT prepara enfermeras para desastres globales”

UT College of Engineering, Fisk University Sign Dual-Degree Agreement


KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Engineering has entered into an agreement with Fisk University in Nashville to offer a dual-degree program in science and engineering.  The five-year program, which begins in the fall, will allow students to spend their first three years at Fisk as math and science majors and thenContinue reading “UT College of Engineering, Fisk University Sign Dual-Degree Agreement”

UT, Pellissippi Leaders Sign Agreement Formalizing New Bridge Program


Pellissippi Community College President Allen Edwards, left, and UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek sign the formal agreement creating the bridge program. KNOXVILLE—Sixty students have now confirmed their attendance in a new program in which students will be dually enrolled at UT Knoxville and Pellissippi State Community College (PSCC). The agreement formalizing the bridge programContinue reading “UT, Pellissippi Leaders Sign Agreement Formalizing New Bridge Program”

Former Tennessee safety Eric Berry holds Skills Clinic


Inaugural Elite Defensive Skills Clinic An instructional clinic for ages 15+ led by Eric Berry, former teammates and D1 coaches targeting all defensive positions. Proceeds will directly go toward the Eric Berry Foundation, helping build safe and top-of-the-line turf fields in low-income areas for kids to play. Each participant will receive AdiZero Football Cleats, AdidasContinue reading “Former Tennessee safety Eric Berry holds Skills Clinic”

UT Historian Explores Role of Small Villages in Ancient Israel


KNOXVILLE — A University of Tennessee, Knoxville, archaeologist who excavates ancient villages in the Near East has received a grant to reshape the modern understanding of the region’s political, economic and social structure by studying its smallest rural settlements.   J.P. Dessel, a UT Knoxville historian who specializes in Bronze and Iron Age villages ofContinue reading “UT Historian Explores Role of Small Villages in Ancient Israel”

UT Chancellor welcomes new UT President


I look forward to working with new UT System President Joe DiPietro, who officially begins his new role on Jan. 1. As chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture, Dr. DiPietro has a proven track record of success in leading a multifaceted institution, fundraising and networking with constituencies across the state. I am confident that Dr.Continue reading “UT Chancellor welcomes new UT President”