Music and cultures from around the world are coming to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The School of Music, along with MENC: The National Association for Music Education, is hosting the eighth biennial National Symposium on Multicultural Music Oct. 4-9. The event is co-sponsored by Ready for the World, UT Knoxville’s international and intercultural awareness
William Smith, a double major in logistics and Spanish, was featured in a DC Velocity article. The piece highlights the recruitment process for supply chain management professionals. According to the report, Smith sits in the young logistician’s version of the “sweet spot.” Not only does he enter a field growing in corporate and geographic relevance,
The Knoxville News Sentinel’s bi-weekly column, Knowsy Knoxville, went inside the Osteology Lab in the Forensic Anthropology Center. Photographer Merrie Long spoke with Richard Jantz, Professor Emeritus and director of the Forensic Anthropology Center about the center’s research and scientific techniques used to identify human remains and assist in crime detection. The story also features
Editors at Paste Magazine have compiled a list of the top 40 U.S. radio stations that broadcast at 10,000 watts or less, and UT Knoxville’s student-operated station, WUTK 90.3 FM, made the cut.
The Center for Sustainable Business and Tourism at UT Knoxville recently received a $25,000 gift from Ruby Falls to support sustainability efforts identified by the center. The CSBT is housed within the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment. Located more than 1,120 feet beneath the surface in Chattanooga, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest
Stephen Bright, one of the best known and well-respected human rights advocates in the country, will visit the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to talk about how poverty and race affect the criminal justice system.
Steve Morse, director and economist of the Tourism Institute in the UT Knoxville Department of Retail, Hospitality and Tourism Management, has received a special Shining Example Award from the chairman of the Southeast Tourism Society, a professional association that promotes travel in a 12-state region.
The charm of Southern cities inspired the dishes that will be served the week of Sept. 27 at the Ready for the World Café, an international buffet operated by students in UT Knoxville’s advanced food production and service management class.