Two retired U.S. military commanders will review the history of U.S.-Iran relations at a lecture on April 17 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Lt. Gen. Robert G. Gard Jr. and Col. William Hauser will speak at 2 p.m. in the Shiloh Room of the University Center.
Oleg Manaev, now a visiting professor in the School of Journalism and Electronic Media at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, continues to fight for democratic freedom in his native Belarus despite government-led propaganda attacks and arrest threats. Manaev will discuss his experiences at a luncheon on April 23 at The Foundry at World’s Fair Park.
In addition to this year’s Torchbearers, Adam Brown, Catherine Cocke, John Rader, and Anna York, and other student awards recipients, the recent Chancellor’s Honors Banquet honored numerous faculty, staff and friends of the university.
We at the University of Tennessee know a thing or two about being the very best at our game. Our success on the field and on the court have helped us recruit the best talent, enhance our reputation and bring pride to our community. So it is with science! Being the best really matters to
Aretha Franklin, Duke Ellington, Thelonius Monk and Dizzy Gillespie are some of the biggest names in R&B, blues, jazz and gospel music. “Sweet Soul Music of the 1970s,” a selection of photographs taken at the time by Wornie Reed, professor and director of the Africana Studies program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are on