Since 1993, students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville have participated in the Alternative Break Program. Alternative breaks are designed […]
City of Knoxville Request for Mural Program Proposals The City of Knoxville seeks proposals from artists or artist teams for […]
The Mission The Vine School Health Center is a nurse-founded, nurse-managed health clinic addressing the health care needs of Knox […]
The Vine School Health Center has identified families in need of oral thermometers, antipyretics, antibiotic cream, antifungal creams, topical acne […]
The School of Music offers workshops, clinics and conferences throughout the year for students and musicians in the East Tennessee […]
The Department of Theatre and the Clarence Brown Theatre enjoy partnerships with several community organizations. Past joint productions with the […]
Every first-year, full-time student in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Masters of Business Administration program is required to complete a service-learning course in partnership with a local, non-profit organization. Students apply their problem-solving skills in tandem with these organizations to improve deployment of scarce resources. Teams of four to five MBA students are assigned to each nonprofit client, along with a faculty member. Each team presents a detailed final report at the end of the seven-week engagement. This program is an outgrowth of work that UT MBA students have been doing with local nonprofits since 2004, and involves two full-time faculty, five to eight part-time faculty, and approximately 70 students every year.
Only a handful of students were able to enroll in the original Innovation in Practice elective, a popular course taught by Glenn Swift and Pat Richardson. That changed in 2011. Love a good story? You can read one right here.
ISS is a research center focused on integrating architecture and emerging technologies. It offers research and development for the building sector and combines the areas of material science, engineering, and architecture to solve immediate problems as well as provide revolutionary concepts for new applications. Over the last decade, the Institute has overseen the construction of three net-zero prototype buildings for use as research and education tools.
This public library service-learning course allows students to partner with public libraries and other agencies to develop community-based projects in different local settings. The course was among UT’s first to pilot the new “S” designation for course-based service-learning.