UT Restructuring Plan Unveiled

Sandra Powell Recital Hall, Natalie L. Haslam Music Center

The campus administration has proposed three new colleges and a revamped but largely intact College of Arts & Sciences.

Higher Ed Pipeline Slows

The proportion of Tennessee high school graduates going directly to college is dropping. Education leaders are looking to reverse the trend.

Boyd Raises Plowman’s Pay

Growing enrollment prompts a $160,000 raise that brings UTK’s chancellor’s salary in line with her peers.

Civics Institute Takes Shape

Amid faculty concerns, Gov. Lee’s proposed Institute for American Civics at UT moves closer to reality with bipartisan legislative support.

Ukraine Under Assault

Local observers offer personal and professional perspectives on Russia’s invasion and its ramifications.

Taking Tennessee’s Pulse

County Commission crowd

An ongoing survey of state residents shows widespread support for mask mandates and other restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Risky Business

Employers will face challenges managing workplace risks as Tennessee’s economy reopens in the coming weeks.