Fall 2013

CIS: 50 Years Serving Tennessee Businesses

Since its inception in 1963, the UT Center for Industrial Services (CIS) has helped countless Tennessee manufacturers and other businesses.

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Big Orange Buses

UT Knoxville has a brand new fleet of buses that roam its streets.

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David Blackburn

New Leaders on Campus

New UTC Chancellor Steve Angle welcomes the appointments of Jerald Ainsworth as provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs…

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Nurses in Parsons

The recently announced expansion of a registered nursing program at UT Martin Parsons Center got another significant boost with a…

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Dr. Kafait Malik and his team in lab

Balance of the Heart and Body

UTHSC pharmacology professor Kafait Malik received a $2.8 million NIH grant to research the development of high blood pressure and…

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Larry Arrington, UTIA Chancellor

Thinking in Pillars

UT Institute of Agriculture Chancellor Larry Arrington has been doing a lot of listening and evaluating in his first two…

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Daniel Cohen (Knoxville ’07), an engineer at General Motors, helps create new vehicles and has designed side mirrors and seats.

A Smooth Ride

Daniel Cohen helps make road trips more comfortable.

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Rewriting History

Cherie Priest writes steampunk hits.

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1962 National Livestock Judging Winners

Championship Judges

The 1962 livestock judging national title changed the lives of six students.

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What is the Future of Higher Education? 

There is a wave of change hitting universities across the country, questioning the purpose and value of higher education.

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Richard Griffin, online accounting professor at UT Martin

Teaching Online

Richard Griffin, an accounting professor at UT Martin has been teaching online since 1998.

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Marcus Myers

Earning a Degree Online

Marcus Myers, an IT staff member at UTC, was the first person to sign up for the online UTC Achieve…

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What is a MOOC?

Massive Open Online Courses are a hot new platform for delivering education, and they are creating quite a stir in…

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Tech Tools

New technologies on campus are helping both students and instructors in the classroom.

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Morgan Cripps reads notes for Nutrition 100, a large lecture class available online for UT Knoxville students.

Learning Online

It’s midnight on a week night, and campus is eerily quiet. The Strip is nearly empty, and most students have…

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Q&A with Gov. Bill Haslam

Gov. Bill Haslam talks about his “Drive to 55” initiative. He says the future of the state and the University…

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Q&A with Randy Boyd

Randy Boyd, special advisor on higher education, talks about his role in determining the future. He says getting adults to…

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Working at ESPN

[Update] Thirteen UT alumni are employees of the giant sports network. These writers, editors and producers give a glimpse into…

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medication therapy course

Teaching in Two Places

This medication therapy management class is taught simultaneously in Memphis and Knoxville by videoconference. Second-year College of Pharmacy students in…

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Sen. Lamar Alexander

Higher Education: The Federal Perspective

Senator Lamar Alexander believes the future of higher education rests in innovation. "Giving our colleges and universities a chance to…

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New Library at UT Chattanooga

Library of the Future

More than six years in the making, the library planning committee at UTC envisioned an “academic and intellectual center of…

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UTHSC dental simulation

Learning by Practice

The College of Dentistry at the Health Science Center in Memphis has the largest dental simulation lab in the country.

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Construction for the Future

In just a year, UT Knoxville students will call the Fred D. Brown Residence Hall their new home away from…

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