The story of Little Brown Dog, who about a month ago was brought to UT’s College of Veterinary Medicine after being dragged for several miles behind a pickup truck, shook the Knoxville community. In this News Sentinel story, assistant professor and attending physician Patricia Sura, discusses the dog’s treatment and recovery.
Tennessee Athletics and the Mission of Hope will team up Tuesday, Dec. 1 to collect toys for this year’s Mission of Hope Toy Drive. Fans that donate a new toy will receive free admission to the match-up against George Washington. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Minneapolis-based attorney Randy Hopper has been recognized with UT Knoxville’s Accomplished Alumnus Award. The award is sponsored by the UT Knoxville Office of Alumni Affairs and recognizes graduates who have achieved great professional success.
UT Knoxville will celebrate the groundbreaking for a new building for the College of Engineering tomorrow. In this News Sentinel OpEd, Dean Wayne T. Davis, explains why this is a momentous event not only for the College of Engineering and for the university but also for the region and state.
UT Knoxville will offer vaccinations for the H1N1 flu from 9 a.m. until noon tomorrow at TRECS. This clinic is open to all UT Knoxville-area students, faculty, staff and their immediate family members including children age 14 and older. Vaccines will be given free of charge and on a first-come, first-served basis.
The School of Music presents its annual “Jazz for Tots” Christmas Concert at 7 p.m., tonight, in the Music Hall Auditorium located at 1741 Volunteer Blvd. in the Music Building. The concert is in conjunction with the “Toys for Tots” campaign, a national U.S. Marine Corps program designed to provide Christmas presents for needy children