The Great Decisions Program, coordinated by the Center for International Education and funded by the Ready for the World initiative, will bring five speakers from around the country to UT Knoxville this semester to address our nation’s most pressing foreign policy issues.
Good food will be paired with a good cause the week of Feb. 22 as the Ready for the World Café raises money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Musician Eric Johnson will perform at the café on Monday, Feb. 22, and the rock/hop-hop artist Jaystorm will perform on Wednesday, Feb. 24. T-shirts and wristbands will
UT Knoxville is honoring its faculty this week by featuring some of its special professors and instructors in stories and videos. Today, students say they are grateful for faculty members John Haas, Mary Jane Moran and Deborah Wooten, who helped them persevere through tough times.
Student Zeb Phillips thanks UT Knoxville vocal professor Lorraine DiSimone for helping him find his voice.
Professor David Patterson said he borrows a page from noted cultural anthropologist Angeles Arrien when he tells students that the best way to succeed in class and in their future careers: Show up, pay attention, tell the truth and don’t be so attached to the results that you can’t see the outcome. “The greatest gift
As the head of Research Services for the University Libraries, Jane Row loves the feeling she gets from interacting with the students. “My favorite thing is the connection you make with the students,” said Row, who has been a part of the Hodges Library team for 23 years. “Just the excitement of seeing them discover