The Clarence Brown Theatre wraps up its season with Guys and Dolls, April 10-27. With more than 100 costumes, at least 2,400 lights, a cast of more than 30 and one of the greatest musical scores in the history of the American theatre, Guys and Dolls is a love story about what happens to gambling
Greg Reed, associate vice chancellor for research administration, was recently elected president of Chi Epsilon, the national honor society for civil engineering.
Wayne T. Davis has been named the interim dean of the College of Engineering. Davis, currently the college’s associate dean for research and technology, will become the interim dean effective May 10.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has named Wayne T. Davis as the interim dean of the College of Engineering (COE). Davis, currently COE associate dean for research and technology, will become the interim dean effective May 10.
“Child Sex Slavery: A Domestic Phenomenon” will be the topic of a lecture on April 9 at the College of Law on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus. Maria Jose Fletcher, supervising attorney and director of the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, will speak at 12:15 p.m. in Room 136.
Amway Corp. is establishing a $50,000 Amway Endowed Scholarship in sales forecasting. The scholarship focuses on UT students who either study sales forecasting or who have a specific interest in a sales forecasting career.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is participating in National Public Health Week April 7-13 by offering a seminar Thursday, April 10, on the national theme “Climate Change: Our Health in the Balance.” Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture Ken Givens and Connie Givens, director of Coordinated School Health in the Tennessee Department of Education, will be guest
A world champion hoop dancer, flutist and children learning the Cherokee language will perform as part of Native American Heritage Night at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on April 11. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Carousel Theatre on campus. It is free and open to the public.
This AP story highlights the research findings of economist Steve Morse, director of the Tourism Institute at the University of Tennessee. Morse’s study suggests that consumers are more likely to spend their upcoming tax-rebate dollars on a vacation than to pay off bills.
The University of Tennessee Medical Center’s Mobile Mammography Unit will visit the UT campus to offer breast cancer screenings from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 17, 18 and 29 at Circle Park. To schedule an appointment or for any insurance questions, please call 305-9069.
UT football season ticket prices for faculty and staff are going up. Athletics Department officials have notified season ticket holders that they will no longer offer a 50-percent discount on season tickets.
Several faculty and staff awards have been announced in advance of this week’s Chancellor’s Honors banquet. The full list of award winners will appear in the April 10 Daily Beacon.