Education, Higher -- Tennessee.
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses a guide to speaking and writing for students of veterinary medicine.
This collection houses 57 Senior Thesis Projects (composed of print essays and digital video on CD-ROM and DVD) completed by students in the College Scholars Program between 2003 and 2006.
This collection contains material produced by students in the College Scholars program. It includes the Senior Thesis Projects approved from 1993 to 2002, including print essays and digital video on CD-ROMs and DVDs. The collection is arranged by year completed and then alphabetically.
This collection contains senior projects from the College Scholars program completed in 2007.
This collection houses projects completed as part of the College Scholars program between Summer 1970 and Fall 1997.
This collection houses two brochures published by the University of Tennessee's Counseling Center.
The University of Tennessee's Department of Economics completed this self-study in 2007.
The University of Tennessee's Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling conducted this self-study in 2006. It includes descriptions of the undergraduate and graduate programs and of studies being conducted by students in addition to information about admission requirements, program specifics, students, faculty (including faculty resumes), research opportunities, facilities, statistics, and future program recommendations.
This brochure, entitled A Legacy of Accountability, constitutes a pictorial report for the College of Engineering during 2007.
The University of Tennessee's Department of History published this newsletter, entitled Footnotes, in the fall of 2004. It includes an interview with Professor Thomas Burman about his book on reading the Koran in Latin Christendom and an article about Professor Bruce Wheeler's retirement in addition to information about faculty awards, research, and alumni.
The University of Tennessee's Department of History conducted this self-evaluation of its Doctor of Philosophy program in 1975. Among the topics discussed are faculty publications and awards, data on recruitment and financial assistance of graduate students, admission procedures, degree requirements, and the department's future plans and aspirations. The appendices include faculty vitas and lists of doctoral graduates from 1965 to 1976.
The University of Tennessee's Department of Nuclear Engineering completed this self-study in 2007.
This commemorative program celebrates the 50th anniversary of the University of Tennessee's Development Council.
This collection houses e-mails, correspondence, and notes created by Judy Flanagan documenting receptions, dedications, and special events that she organized.
This collection houses e-mails, correspondence, schedules, and notes created by Judy Flanagan documenting receptions, dedications, and special events that she organized.
Earl Zwingle created this collection of University of Tennessee memorabilia. It includes programs for and tickets to such events as Carnicus, Volunteer Vanities, and Aloha Oe, two ballots for All Student's Club elections, and newspaper articles documenting alumni events. The collection also houses several letters to and from Earl Zwingle, Milton Klein, and former University of Tennessee President Joseph Johnson.
This broadside announces a lottery to be held for the benefit of East Tennessee College.
This collection consists of a program for Greeneville and Tusculum College's commencement exercises on April 23, 1875. It contains a brief schedule of events, including the names of speakers.
This collection contains a Christmas Hill-O-Gram sent out to the University of Tennessee's staff and faculty. It bears the signatures of many of the University's employees, including president James D. Hoskins, John C. Hodges, Charles Ferris, L. R. Hesler, Nathan W. Dougherty, Ralph Dunford, and Charles Perkins.
These reprints, collected by Dr. J. Wesley Hoffmann of the UT History Department, document important scholarship in the fields of History, Classics, English, and Education. Among the major authors represented are John L. Snell, Leo Loubire, and Robert D. Warth. The reprints are arranged alphabetically by author and then by title.