Congratulation to the UT College of Engineering’s Office of Engineering Communications on their recent award of a Bronze Citation of Excellence at the 2010 Addy Awards. The award was for the 2009 College of Engineering Annual Report.
This WATE-TV article mentions that UTPD is one of just a few local law enforcement agencies that is using Twitter to keep people informed. You can follow UTPD’s Twitter activity at http://twitter.com/utpolice.
UT Knoxville sophomore Katie Riley is co-chairing the “Fierce & Fancy Formals” fashion show to raise money for a secondary school in Boucan-Carre, Haiti. Riley is a volunteer for an organization called Haiti Outreach Program, which is an ecumenical mission of Sacred Heart Cathedral in Knoxville.
Hundreds of UT faculty and staff attended an employee appreciation event at the Clarence Brown Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 23, for a free showing of “Charley’s Aunt.” As one employee stated, “It was a most enjoyable evening. Charley’s Aunt was a wonderful production. The hors d’oeuvres were delicious and it was simply special to be
Not many high school kids use their free time to ponder topics such as cardiac arrhythmias or wireless electricity transmissions, let alone devise research to better understand such topics. However students attending the 45th Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, do.
The Ready for the World Café will celebrate Wellness Week March 1-4 with food and facts. Diners can watch a slideshow of nutrition facts and pick up pamphlets about healthy living. In addition, a jazz band will play at the café on Thursday.
Students from Austin East Magnet High School, who are in the Black Law Students Association’s Street Law Program, will make their first visit to the UT Knoxville College of Law today to observe classes and participate in a panel discussion as part of the BLSA week of service.