Sure, a flying car that folds up into a briefcase and robotic housekeepers would be nice. And maybe an industry built on some kind of high-tech “sprockets” could boost our strained economy.
In the past twenty years, Cuonzo Martin—UT’s new men’s basketball coach—has set a shooting record at his alma mater of Purdue, been drafted into the NBA, played professionally in Italy, and become a top-ranked men’s basketball coach. And along the way he beat cancer, too.
It’s hard to image what UT Knoxville’s campus may look like ten years—or even five years—down the road. However, the Master Plan Advisory Committee has envisioned changes as far as fifty years into the future of the university.