The College of Architecture and Design has invited several nationally and internationally prominent architects, designers, historians and theorists to present their work as part of the Robert B. Church III Memorial Lecture Series this spring. Free and open to the public, all lectures are held at 5:30 p.m. in the McCarty Auditorium of the Art
When the UT Lady Vols basketball squad hosts the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights on Monday, Feb. 11, Thompson-Boling Arena will be filled with pink, the color of ribbons encouraging greater awareness of breast cancer and solidarity with its victims.
Law enforcement officials are conducting a 24-hour fire watch in Humes Hall as a result of two small fire incidents in the building over the last two days. The fire watch will continue until further notice.
Veteran international journalist Gary Thatcher will talk about “Twice Burned: Gathering and Presenting News in Troubled Countries” on Thursday in the McClung Museum Auditorium. Thatcher’s lecture, which will be held from 5 to 6 p.m., is the first in a series of international lectures being held by the College of Communication and Information.
Dan Murphy, the Deloitte & Touche Accounting Professor in the College of Business Administration and head of the college’s Department of Accounting and Information Management, has received the 2008 Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award from the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Tennessee’s top rising high school juniors can now apply to be a part of the state’s first residential high school for science and mathematics. Applications opened today for the second year of the Tennessee Governor’s Academy for Mathematics and Science, which was founded by Gov. Phil Bredesen and is administered by UT.