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Provost David Manderscheid announced today.

The program, approved by UT’s Board of Trustees in March, received final approval from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission in May.

“Launching this program offers an exciting opportunity to build on our highly regarded graduate program, while positioning UT to recruit top students and prepare them to compete in a growing job sector,” Manderscheid said.

Faculty and administrators from the School of Information Sciences (SIS) in the College of Communication and Information (CCI) have worked for more than four years … Read more “Information Sciences to Launch Undergraduate Major This Fall”


The Imagination Library, produced by Land Grant Films in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media.

Land Grant Films provides UT students experience in documentary storytelling while providing local nonprofit organizations with videos that can be used to raise awareness and funds. Fifteen UT students worked on the film.

“We are honored to have Ms. McKellar work with us on this important project,” said Nick Geidner, who is a JEM associate professor, the … Read more “Author, Actress Danica McKellar to Narrate Imagination Library Documentary”


IRTS Summer Fellowship Program, which runs June 2 to Aug. 3 in New York City. Shaw’s internship will be with Katz Media Group, the largest media rep firm in the United States, and Albright’s internship will be with WABC-TV. Albright was named the IRTS University of Tennessee Fellow Sponsored by Larry Patrick (MS/C&I ’73 and a member of the CCI Board of Visitors).


NFL Draft Experience in Nashville

JEM STUDENTS EXPERIENCE MEDIA COVERAGE AT NFL DRAFT

JEM Assistant Professor Mike Martinez … Read more “April 2019: Student News”


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Julia Small (BA/CS ’96), Knoxville Police Department Technical Services Supervisor, was named the 2018 Knoxville Police Department Employee of the Year in April. She and the Technical Services Unit successfully upgraded the KPD analog radio system to digital, the first major change to the communication system in nearly 30 years. Read Read more “April 2019: Alumni News”