If you have had your eye on the jumbotron during halftime of the last two home football games, you might have seen the “Imagine a Better Future” halftime video. We’re having a contest to see who can name the most people in the video. The fan naming the most people in the video by Friday,
To have a meaningful discussion about the major economic problems facing our country you first need to a solid understanding of those problems. Sherry Kasper, professor of economics at Maryville College and visiting fellow at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, will provide “federal budget 101” on Tuesday, Sept. 21, during a
An estimated 8 to 12 thousand feral cats roam the backyards and dumpster sites of Knox County. Teresa L. Jennings, program director of Companion Animal Initiative of Tennessee in the College of Veterinary Medicine, will discuss wild cats and the trap-neuter-release program. Her talk will begin at noon on Friday, Sept. 24, in Thompson-Boling Arena
The new Banner Student Information System and MyUTK go live on Monday, Sept. 20. The Spring 2011 timetable will be available by visiting the A-to-Z section of the UT Knoxville webpage at http://www.utk.edu/alpha, clicking the letter “T” and searching for “Timetable of Classes.”
Two UT Knoxville School of Art alumni visited the campus for a lecture and exhibit opening on Thursday, Sept. 16. Bill FitzGibbons and Creighton Michael, both accomplished artists, launched the Filament exhibit which will run through Oct. 31 in the Ewing Gallery, housed in the campus Art and Architecture building.
The UT Knoxville College of Communication and Information (CCI) will focus on making the college, its students and its faculty and staff more aware of issues of diversity and inclusiveness with a week-long series of lectures, films, discussion sessions and keynote presentations.