The first Centripetal Luncheon for the fall semester will feature David Patterson, presenting “The Homeless Among Us: Technology To Know and Aid Our Neighbors,” noon Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the University Center Executive Dining Room. Tickets are $8 at the door but prior registration is required.
Two physician leaders from Asia, who met in 2008 as students in the Physician Executive MBA (PEMBA) program at UT Knoxville have partnered to improve patient care in Saipan. Dr. Takeo Tedoriya is a professor of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery at Showa University in Tokyo, Japan. Dr. Ahmad Al-Alou is an internist and medical director
Carol Tenopir, a professor in the School of Information Sciences at UT Knoxville, has received the 2009 ASIS&T Award of Merit. The award, from the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), is the group’s highest honor.
A unique lecture hosted by the School of Music’s musicology program will bring the sounds of the court of Henry VIII to UT Knoxville. Part of the Distinguished Lecture Series in Musicology, Laura Gustafson, a woodwind specialist, will present “Wind Music of the Renaissance: A Lecture-Demonstration of Period Instruments” from 11:15 a.m. to 12:05 p.m.
The Lakota Sioux Dance Theatre is coming to UT’s Clarence Brown Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28. The dance company was founded in 1978 on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota and today includes some of the most highly acclaimed performers of the Sioux Nation.
University of Tennessee Police Department is reminding all faculty and staff to be careful about leaving your personal items unattended while you’re at work. The most often reported crime on our campus is the theft of unsecured property. This generally includes property left out while the person is only gone for a short time.