WUTK 90.3 FM The Rock, the University of Tennessee’s student radio station, has released a compilation compact disc to raise money for the station and to celebrate their 25th anniversary of being on the air.
The Southeastern Sun Grant Center will hold a Brown Bag Seminar, "Biofuels, Food Security and Environmental Sustainability: Global Challenges and Opportunities," noon Friday, April 25, in 113 Plant Biotechnology Building on the agriculture campus. Speaker: Daniel De La Torre Ugarte, associate professor in agricultural economics at UT.
Austrian writer Lilian Faschinger, winner of the prestigious Glauser Prize for her recent crime novel Stadt der Verlierer (Town of Losers), will speak and read from her works during a campus visit today and tomorrow. Many of the events are free and open to the public. Click here for the complete schedule.
Austrian writer Lilian Faschinger, winner of the prestigious Glauser Prize for her recent crime novel, will speak and read from her works during a visit April 24-25 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Faschinger will visit German classes, speak at the awards program for the German Studies Program and meet participants of a colloquy.
Last summer, architecture Adjunct Associate Professor Scott Wall led 14 students — four students from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, along with 10 students from two other U.S. universities — to Helsinki, Finland. The students’ journal entries, photographs and drawings from the trip will be part of an exhibition at the Heikkenen and Komonen Finnish
UT architecture students and professors spent much of the past three semesters designing and constructing the panels for an interpretive overlook observation deck for Panther Creek State Park in Morristown, Tenn. These sections will be moved to the park site on Thursday, April 24. Beginning Saturday, May 3, students, faculty and others will start the