Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele will speak Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to kick off the “Political Awareness Series” sponsored by the Black Cultural Programming Committee and the Issues Committee.
This weekend, UT Knoxville’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 800 (AFROTC Det 800) is celebrating a significant honor. Recognized for outstanding accomplishments during a two-year period from July 1, 2008, to June 30, 2010, they were named the 2010 Medium Unit High Flight Winner for the Southeast Region.
Mary Denman of Knoxville is now a sophomore studying biosystems engineering and other environmental matters at UT Knoxville, thanks to a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship that helps promising students transfer from their two-year colleges to universities.
When UT Knoxville Undergraduate Admissions Director Vern Granger moved to town and went house hunting, HGTV’s popular show “House Hunters” went along.
The alumni board of directors at UT Knoxville honored 12 of its most outstanding members in a gala held Friday, Sept. 10, at the Marriott in downtown Knoxville. Four people were honored as distinguished alumni for their years of service and great personal and professional success.
Do the right food choices make or break an athlete on the playing field? Allison Maurer, sports dietitian for the UT Athletics Department, will shed some light on that question when she speaks at the UT Science Forum on Friday, Sept. 17.