The Substance Misuse and Addiction Resource of Tennessee (SMART), a program of the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service (IPS), has partnered with Gibson Gives–the charitable foundation for Gibson, the iconic and leading global instrument brand–to place ONEbox™ opioid emergency response kits in Knoxville music venues. Since January, the
Tennessee’s violent crime rate ranks as one of the highest in the nation. Fortunately, Governor Bill Lee is taking action, in part by releasing $100 million for violent crime intervention. “As Americans face rising crime nationwide, Tennessee is equipping law enforcement with the tools needed to keep every community safe,”
Video remote interpreting, or VRI, is becoming increasingly popular due to its multiple benefits. VRI allows the interpreter to interact with participants via a secure web-based platform on any device or computer. The Tennessee Language Center (TLC) offers this service to its clients, along with traditional in-person interpreting and over-the-phone
Inmates in several West Tennessee correctional facilities now have skills for a productive life outside of prison, thanks in part to the UT Center for Industrial Services (CIS) and its Tennessee Manufacturing Extension Partnership (TMEP) organization The Skills for Success – Manufacturing program was made available in Tennessee by the
Discover the delicious art of Japanese cuisine in a 3-class series of online classes in July. Best of all, it’s free for UT (and state) employees! Japanese Oishi Cooking Class for ADULTS (Ages 16 and above) will be held online from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Central time on July 13, July 20, and
The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services (UT CIS) is introducing CONNEX™ Tennessee, a new program launching June 22, which is designed to strengthen the local and domestic manufacturing supply chain. CONNEX™ Tennessee is a powerful online manufacturer database and connectivity platform provided as a no-cost resource for Tennessee manufacturers.