UT Knoxville’s annual Kickoff to Commencement event will feature a free concert from music group Sister Hazel, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Former dean of the College of Communications and Information Sciences Faye Julian, who retired in 2005, will be honored with the 2009 College of Communication and Information’s Hileman Distinguished Alumni Award on May 7 at the college’s spring commencement. Recent winners include two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and noted science writer for The New York Times,
This summer, the fall semester 2009-2010 Ready for the World Passport will be compiled and printed. In order to produce the Passport in time for fall distribution, information about your unit’s fall programs is needed by May 29.
UT Knoxville welcomed Jimmy G. Cheek as its seventh chancellor Friday during an investiture ceremony held in his honor. The event, held to formally acknowledge Cheek’s new role, in which he has been serving since Feb. 1, also provided an opportunity for Cheek to lay out his vision for UT Knoxville to an audience comprising
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and the UT Commission for Women are sponsoring Joan Heminway from the College of Law and Cynthia Peterson from the College of Arts and Sciences to attend the 2009 Summer Institute at Bryn Mawr College.