Patrick Kuhse, a one-time successful stockbroker who later found himself in prison for illegal practices, will visit campus this week to talk about business ethics.
Career Services and the Center for International Education will hold a Spring Global Careers Seminar today and tomorrow. Jean-Marc Hachey, author of The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas, will explain how to gain international experience and build an "International IQ." This program is a must for anyone considering a global experience as part
Self-taught topiary artist Pearl Fryar will visit UT Feb. 27-28. Fryar, an African American man in his mid-60s who began creating a three-acre topiary garden in 1984 in an effort to win Yard of the Month for his home, has become an international phenomenon and is the subject of an award-winning film.
Students at Gibbs High School in northeast Knox County wanted to have a special program to celebrate Black History Month, but they needed ideas.The Africana Studies program at the University of Tennessee was eager to help. The result will look like an episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” and students will learn about many famous
Provost Robert Holub has formed a search committee to find a replacement for Way Kuo, Dean of the College of Engineering, who will leave UT in May to become president of City College in Hong Kong. Holub also expects to name an interim dean in March to fill the post until a replacement is hired.