Recognitions, September 2
The beginning of September brings; a new artist exhibition at the UT Downtown Gallery; UT Extension names a new interim assistant dean; Haslam College of Business selects a new director of Aerospace and Defense Partnerships; the director of the UT Herbarium is awarded a National Science Foundation grant; a UT doctoral candidate receives the Hazel Taylor Spitze Graduate Fellowship from the College of Education, Health, and Human Science; the inaugural cohort of the Academy for Global Scholars is announced. Continue reading
Recognitions, June 10
The beginning of June brings; a professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and collaborators honored with the Ecological Society of America’s George Mercer Award; A decorated professor in TCE’s Department of Nuclear Engineering retiring after 25 years; and the Center for Global Engagement announced six students as the new McClure Scholars and one student to receive the Mae Scheib Scholarship.
Center for Global Engagement Announces Global Catalyst Program Awardees
The Center for Global Engagement awarded Global Catalyst Awards to nine professors with a wide range of research areas received the awards to pursue their global research initiatives.
“An important mission of the University of Tennessee is to engage locally and globally, and in doing so, we address and engage global challenges and opportunities through strategic research collaborations,” explains Jamie McGowan, director of the Global Research Office. “We are very fortunate to have so many talented professors who are actively reaching out to build institutional partnerships that will advance cutting-edge research.”