Each month, the UT Human Resources Positive Recognition Committee – a group selected by the chancellor from departments all across campus – honors an employee who has demonstrated outstanding courtesy and customer service with the Send Roses Award.
Mary Papke says, "everything in my life has been an incredible story." From the concentration and forced labor camps of World War II to a new start in America, Papke’s family has had direct experience with the importance of furthering intercultural understanding. And that has led, inevitably, to her commitment to the Ready for the
This is the last week for the UT Downtown Gallery exhibition Crave, featuring the works of five artists using paint and photographs to explore craving, longing for and the yearning for something.
UT’s Dance Marathon organization is auctioning UT-themed items and opportunities this week to raise funds for East Tennessee Children’s Hospital’s hematology and oncology clinic. The online auction is being held now through Friday, Feb. 1, on eBay.
Clarence Brown Theatre’s production of Bertolt Brecht’s The Life of Galileo begins with a preview showing tonight at 7:30 p.m. Opening night is tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Discounted tickets are available to faculty, staff, students, children and senior citizens by calling the box office at 974-5161.
Interim Chancellor Jan Simek and the Commission for Women are sponsoring outstanding women to attend the 2008 Higher Education Resource Service (HERS) Summer Institute at Bryn Mawr College.