February is Black History Month: a time for us to reflect on the many great contributions that African Americans have made, and continue to make, in our country.
After fall 2020 semester finals, AgResearch and the Herbert College of Agriculture offered a mindfulness workshop specifically for our graduate students. With a goal to foster connection and manage stress, a small group of students gathered safely in person, with more attending online.
The UT Creamery is currently in the works and on the way at 2712 Neyland Drive, the former site of the UT Visitors Center.
Q&A with Rob Williams, new head of the Department of Food Science.
The semester was tough for students and faculty alike. So we asked our students which faculty went above and beyond to foster their connection and growth during fall 2020 semester. Here are the students’ nominations and responses.
Thirteen college seniors were recognized as All-Americans at the 115th National Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest Awards Ceremony at the North American Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky. This is the 21st year that…
This month Herbert says a sad farewell to a dynamic member of the Dean’s Staff. In the time she has served as communications and employer relations coordinator, Rebekah Wright has touched everyone in the College.
This event was a huge success for our Herbert College MANRRS chapter.
With a sudden shift away from classroom instruction we wonder whether the adoption of online instruction will continue to persist post-pandemic, and how our instructors will continue to adapt to the ever-changing environment.
Learn about two Herbert standouts—an undergraduate and a master’s student—being honored this semester with top awards in their fields.