Two graduate students place at the Graves Business Plan Competition hosted by the Haslam College of Business.
The Big Orange Pantry provides emergency food assistance for students, faculty, and staff attending or employed by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Condensed matter systems and matter-antimatter asymmetry; quantum computers and cryogenic magnets—these are the studies and tools Trevor Keen and Kavish Imam will tackle with support from the U.S. Department of Energy via the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR). With these latest awards, UT is in the top three institutions in the nation for success in securing funding from this program.
The SERVE (Shaping Experiential Research for Veteran Education) program is seeking a graduate research assistant for the 2020–2021 academic year. This position offers 5-20 hours per week during the normal semesters but will be more substantial during the summer months (~15 hrs/wk) including several trips between UTK and UNCC to monitor the progress of the program. This appointment includes a waiver of tuition and a stipend. Any currently admitted STEM graduate students interested in this position should send Bruce LaMattina (email@example.com) an email with a letter of interest.
Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week for 2018 is here! UT organizations and units have teamed up with the Graduate Student Senate and the Graduate School to show our appreciation for all that our graduate students do. This year, there are many events both to celebrate graduate students and to help them in achieving their goals. These events stretch from April 2 until April 6, and include workshops, professional photo shoots, massages, baseball, and the finals of the Three Minute Thesis competition. We all hope you’ll come out and let us show you how much we value our graduate and professional students. Get the full schedule and learn more.