The middle of March brings additional recognition and awards for UT faculty, students, and a shout-out for Women’s History Month: Marva Rudolph scholarship awardees; plant sciences doctoral student named president of national organization; UT Law program awarded $100K; UTCVM posts Q&A with pioneering woman. Continue reading
Recognitions, March 3
As March roars in like a lion, UT boasts additional recognition and awards for faculty and alums: Plant Sciences Department Head Named WSSA Fellow; EECS Assistant Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award; Writing Center Director Wins SWCA Achievement Award; BCMB Associate Professor Wins NIH MIRA.
Recognitions, February 3
The beginning of February brings additional recognition and awards for UT faculty and alums: EECS Professor named director of National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office; College of Nursing clinical assistant professor selected for NLN Lead Program; UT staff member helped invent new solar technology; Aerospace engineering student earned a scholarship from the American Association of University Women; East Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center employee honored with 2020 Director’s Award; Industrial engineering and mathematics major received Black Engineer of the Year Award’s (BEYA) Student Leadership Award; School of Art faculty exhibiting around the country; Five CEHHS alums and students received Teacher of the Year honors. Continue reading
Recognitions, October 14
The middle of October brings; A team from CURENT wins a R&D 100 Award; a TCE researcher is named an Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems Materials Synthesis Investigator; a TCE professor earns the 2020 Peter G. Hoadley Award for Outstanding Engineering Educator and the 2020 Outstanding Engineering Educator Award; a Graduate Research Assistant receives the ASPE Student Scholarship; a professor in the Department of Geography and an associate professor in the Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education receive a grant from NEH; an undergraduate student in the Department of Plant Sciences earns the Mendenhall Award from GCSAA. Continue reading
Recognitions, September 4
Jay Whelan, head of UT’s Department of Nutrition, has been recognized with the Golden Achievement Award by the World Acrobatics Society and induction into the Gallery of Legends Hall of Fame.
The award is given to accomplished athletes who have gone on to have successful careers outside of their athletic accomplishments.