The Conversations about World Affairs lecture series features a variety of speakers talking about a specific world issue or region of the world. The series continues at 7 pm tonight, Nov 8, in the International House with The Venerable Pomnyun Sunim, chairperson of The Peace Foundation and chairperson of Good Friends: Centre for Peace, Human
To: UT Knoxville Faculty, Students and StaffFrom: Chancellor Loren CrabtreeSubject: Strategic Planning — The Pursuit of Excellence Never before in the history of our campus have we attracted better students, a more accomplished faculty, and more professional staff and administrators. While we celebrate the considerable achievements of the past few years, we cannot be content.
Kandi Hollenbach, a research assistant professor in the University of Tennessee’s Archaeological Research Laboratory, believes cave people were not that different from the rest of us. She plans to present her discussion, “Making a Living in the American Southeast 10,000 Years Ago,” at the weekly UT Science Forum, at noon this Friday, Nov. 9, in
Richard Tucker, director of research and analysis for Northwestern University’s Graduate School, has been named assistant vice provost and director of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is asking fans to arrive early at basketball games to allow more time for a new ticketing process. Crowds have been very good so far for the men’s and women’s exhibition games. To prevent long lines and delayed entry into Thompson-Boling Arena, UT encourages fans to arrive one hour before
At approximately 8:35 a.m. Wednesday, a fire started in the chiller unit behind the Claxton Complex on the UT campus, located at the corner of Volunteer Boulevard and Andy Holt Drive. There were no injuries, and the fire was isolated within the chiller, which is a stand-alone unit outside the Claxton Complex.