The UT Downtown Gallery is featuring the photography exhibit, Baldwin Lee: Photographs of New York, now through Sept. 20. Lee initiated the photography program at the UT School of Art in 1982 and has been honored with the UT National Alumni Outstanding Teacher Award and the Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching Award.
Coping with the death of a pet can often times be a stressful experience. The UT College of Veterinary Medicine is offering the Pet Loss Support Group to help those experiencing the grief process.
Three UT Knoxville students might be signing autographs in the near future. Scott Murphy, a sophomore in journalism and electronic media, Daniel Hubbard, a junior in journalism and electronic media, and Matt Dearman, a junior in history, joined forces to produce “Five Towns Extended Trailer,” a short film made to look as if it’s promoting
Entrepreneurs who want to win federal grant money for new business projects should plan to attend two separate workshops on grant writing and cost proposals Sept. 10-11 in Chattanooga and Oak Ridge. The workshops will be led by nationally recognized consultants Jim and Gail Greenwood.
UT Knoxville welcomed its inaugural class of landscape architecture graduate students this year. A joint collaboration between the College of Architecture and Design and the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, the landscape architecture graduate program is the only program of its kind in the state.
Students preparing to study abroad can find more help than ever, thanks to several new scholarships at UT Knoxville. Proposed by the Student Government Association and approved by the Board of Trustees in June, a new $10 per year international education fee for all undergraduates started this fall. The fee will provide additional monies for
Two doctoral students and one undergraduate from UT Knoxville have been awarded prestigious grants to study and do research in Europe this academic year. Tracey Hayes of the history department won a Fulbright Scholarship to Poland, and Jacob Hamric of the history department will be going to Germany on a DAAD fellowship. Amy Hill, a