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Temperatures in Knoxville are going to be in the 90s on Friday 8 July but it will feel like above […]

Avoid a home emergency.  Join the next Facilities Services DIY Workshop on Friday, December 10 at 9am. This session of […]

We recently asked students to submit their best or funniest stories of Thanksgiving party fouls for a chance to win […]

Thanksgiving is almost here! Whether you’re traveling to see family or staying in town to hang out with friends, it’s […]

UT is implementing a new mobile phone safety app, LiveSafe, for the campus community. The app turns mobile phones into a personal safety device for students, faculty and staff.

The Office of Emergency Management is trying to assess and improve the effectiveness of its awareness and training programs. The […]

The Office of Emergency Management will test a new component of the UT Alert messaging service called “I’m Okay.” It […]

One of the biggest challenges during an emergency is getting word to friends and family. Cell service is likely to […]

UT’s Brian Gard recently completed the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy, enhancing skills that will improve the university’s preparedness in […]

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has joined the nationwide effort to empower bystanders to help save lives in bleeding emergencies […]