As we face the challenging economic realities that stand before the state and the nation, UT Knoxville remains committed to fulfilling its core mission of teaching, research and service. Looking toward the next budget, set to begin July 1, 2009, the campus is relying on all members of the campus community to provide suggestions about
As part of Native American Heritage Month, Joyce Dugan will be on campus for a lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in 71 Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Dugan was the first woman ever elected to the office of Principal Chief for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Interested in ways to save money, mend a less-than-perfect relationship at work or conquer stress in the workplace? The October issues of two helpful employee assistance newsletters, Reap the Benefit and The Frontline Supervisor, can be viewed, saved or printed by visiting the Employee Assistance Program Web site.
This week the Ready for the World Café features cuisine from the Hawaiian Islands, the Greek Islands, India and Europe. The menu includes macadamia-encrusted tilapia with white chocolate beurre sauce, Tandoori chicken, Greek salad, Italian pot roast, potatoes with bacon and Asiago cheese and Vichy carrots.
The UT Knoxville welcomes football fans to campus Saturday and reminds everyone about construction conditions around campus and stadium security measures. Kickoff for the Volunteers’ game against classic rival Alabama is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. Neyland Stadium gates open at 5:45 p.m.
Daniel Walker Howe, 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner in history, will discuss American history and his award-winning book on Oct. 28 and 29 at UT Knoxville. Free and open to the public, both presentations will be held in the University Center. Receptions and book signings will follow each event.
Get a jump on Halloween by saying "Boo to the Flu!" tomorrow. Influenza immunizations will be offered at the University Center ballroom from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to all UT students, faculty, staff and immediate family members over 4 years old. The cost is $25 per injection, payable by cash, personal check or major
Following two years of research, design and construction by members of the College of Architecture and Design and the School of Art, the Bill Catron Observation Deck at Panther Creek State Park in Morristown, Tenn., will be dedicated and presented to the public. The ribbon-cutting ceremony begins at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26.
The Clarence Brown Theatre production of David Hare’s drama, "The Secret Rapture," continues through Sunday, Oct. 26. Tickets are $3 for UT students and $10 for the general public.