The School of Music presents its annual "Jazz for Tots" Christmas Concert at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 1, in the Music Hall Auditorium located at 1741 Volunteer Blvd. in the Music Building. Admission to the Jazz Christmas Concert is a new unwrapped toy.
With the holidays fast approaching, all students, faculty and staff are reminded to keep energy conservation in mind before departing for Thanksgiving break. Please turn off lights, computers and heating where applicable, and unplug non-essential appliances as they will continue to draw power when not in use.
Ready for the World is collecting information about upcoming events for the spring passport and needs your help! If you have any events, lectures, programs or speakers featuring international and intercultural issues or themes, please send them to Mary Papke at email@example.com.
Mark Windham has a few good ideas on how UT employees can curb some of the university’s energy usage. He recently led a charge to rid his area within the agriculture campus’ Biotechnology Building of personal refrigerators in colleagues’ offices. Windham has also been encouraging his co-workers to turn off computers, monitors and printers when
A pizza restaurant, a fast food chain, a casual dining establishment, a grocery store chain and a bar/pub were honored Friday with the first Golden Napkin Awards for quality customer service, based on UT students’ perceptions. The awards are part of a survey project done by students in a customer service course offered through the
The Pentagon’s solution to the challenge of doing more with less is Performance-Based Life Cycle Product Support Management, or PBL. To help contractors understand how to work with the military in this business model, PBL experts and faculty members in UT’s Center for Executive Education, Steve Geary and Kate Vitasek, have written “Performance-Based Logistics: a