UT Board Chair John Compton attributed the success to the faculty, staff and students working together to create a safe environment.
Students who attend a University of Tennessee campus can expect to have a traditional college experience in the fall as UT campuses across the state expand their in-person course offerings.
When Moderna wanted to check if its COVID-19 vaccine would work against the new strains emerging in England and South Africa, it again turned to UT Health Science Center researcher Michael Whitt.
In approving the COVID-19 and Guiding Principles for Fall 2020 resolution, trustees authorized the UT administration to take the necessary actions to have in-person instruction for the fall semester.
The systemwide task force, assembled in April, released a report that provides guidance, recommendations and best practices to re-open the University’s campuses in the fall.