Every Monday, we run down the week’s public meetings and civic events.
Some UT faculty members are openly defying the state’s divisive concepts law during a two-day classroom protest.
Growing enrollments and record state funds enable the UT system to keep a cap on tuition while expanding research initiatives.
UT-Knoxville officials are considering carving up the College of Arts & Sciences into smaller units, and faculty are not pleased.
The proportion of Tennessee high school graduates going directly to college is dropping. Education leaders are looking to reverse the trend.
A bill advancing in the Legislature aims to protect against ideological ‘indoctrination’ on Tennessee campuses. UT faculty members are pushing back.
A pair of technology companies with ties to ORNL are tackling greenhouse gas emissions from different angles.
UT President Randy Boyd lays out options for expanding virtual education opportunities that include partnering with online-only institutions.
E.O. Wilson, who died last month, changed the field of biology. He also had close ties to East Tennessee.
In a year marked by the pandemic, both Knox County Schools and the University of Tennessee saw changes that will shape their futures.