The Howard H. Baker, Jr. Center for Public Policy will host Civic Engagement @ UT, 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow in the Center’s Toyota Auditorium. Open to facutly, staff, students and the community, the event will serve to define, discuss and celebrate civic engagement at UT.
Nancy McGlasson, who has worked at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, for 40 years and spent the past seven as director of undergraduate admissions and assistant dean of enrollment services, is retiring June 30. A nationwide search for her replacement has begun. The search committee is being chaired by Sally McMillan, associate professor and associate
From working in the schools to working with nonprofit agencies, many faculty, staff and students at UT Knoxville are engaged in addressing community issues and bringing about social change. On Wednesday, April 22, the Baker Center will bring together some of these people to talk about their projects, which range from launching nutrition and gardening
A Knoxville firm has funded an award to help students in the College of Architecture and Design earn “green” building and sustainability credentials and prepare for costly environmental design exams.
The UT Office of Alumni Affairs has kicked off their Alumni Awards program, and is seeking nominations for the following awards: Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna, Alumni Service and Alumni Promise.