The University of Tennessee System has partnered with the All4Knox Initiative, East Tennessee State University, One Tennessee Health and the Tennessee Judicial Opioid Initiative to host the Summit for Opioid Addiction and Response (SOAR) on Aug. 1 and 2, in Knoxville.
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Tennessee’s innovative clinical trials network is soaring just one year into operations, bringing growing benefits for Tennesseans and the advancement of health care across the state.
From making significant changes in the world of medicine to helping underprivileged people across the globe, the 2019 UT President’s Award winners represent the impact the University has on the state and beyond.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee presented his 2019-20 budget recommendations, including more than $643.8 million in appropriations for the University of Tennessee, to the General Assembly during his State of the State address in Nashville Monday night.
“We all recognize the world is changing. There is transformation that could be coming to education,” UT Board Chair John Compton said. “That is what we should be considering in our meetings.”