The Black Cultural Programming Committee presents "Never Forget: A Journey of Revelations" featuring BMWMB (Black Men Who Mean Business) and author and Princeton University professor Cornel West, 7 p.m. tomorrow in Cox Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Building.
The University of Tennessee and UT Medical Center have teamed up on a skin cancer awareness project called SkinsolUTions. The event—which is free and open to the public— will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow and Wednesday in Rooms 223-224 of the University Center.
Keep Knoxville Beautiful is kicking off its annual Great American Cleanup tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Fort Sanders neighborhood adjacent to campus. Anyone interested in volunteering should report to the parking lot of Redeemer Church of Knoxville, 1642 Highland Ave.
The Knoxville News Sentinel published a multi-part series on the changing demographics of Knox County, using information from a report by the UT College of Social Work’s Office of Research and Public Service. The study, prepared for the United Way of Greater Knoxville, reports findings about the population, economy, jobs, homeownership, education, family life and
Dr. Jesse Poore, UT Knoxville professor and director of UT’s Science Alliance, has been named Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. Poore will head reorganization of the university’s information technology program. In his new role Poore will have full authority to lead the implementation of a full-scale reorganization of UT information technology
What happens when you bring together Knoxville’s newest TV channel, one of the city’s most respected radio stations and a local musician as host with knowledge to spare? You get East Tennessee’s brand-new home for local music: Studio 865. The show, taking place on UTTV and WUOT 91.9 FM, gives local musicians an opportunity to
Conversations About World Affairs, a lecture series featuring a variety of speakers talking about a specific world issue or region of the world, continues on March 4 with a lecture looking at European border issues. Milan Bufon of the University of Primorska in Slovenia will speak at 7 p.m. in the International House.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni who wear their “Where in the World is Smokey?” T-shirts to the Ready for the World Cafe on Wednesday, March 5, will receive $2 off the $10 all-you-can-eat international buffet. The cafe, which operates in the Hermitage Room on the third floor of the University Center, is open from 11:30
A lecture series that features some of the nation’s top cable executives is bringing two Scripps Networks leaders to the College of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee. The Cable Mavericks Lecture Series, sponsored by The Cable Center, will bring Doug Hurst and Annette Brun to campus on Tuesday, March 4.
Prominent architect Trey Trahan will lecture at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, March 3, in the McCarty Auditorium, Room 109, of the Art + Architecture Building at the University of Tennessee. Free and open to the public, this lecture is part of the Robert B. Church III Memorial Lecture Series organized each semester by the College