The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is hosting its first annual Baker Scholars Research presentation. The undergraduate scholars will display and discuss their research projects and other initiatives, which are mentored by UT faculty and staff.
The campus is invited to join the Libraries in celebrating the Shaheen Antiquarian Bible Collection, more than 300 early printed Bibles and other rare books from the collection of noted Shakespeare scholar Naseeb Shaheen. A reception and lecture will take place in Hodges Library on Friday, March 30. Renaissance scholar Hannibal Hamlin will speak on
The Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies will hold its second annual undergraduate conference on Friday, March 30, in the University Center. The topic is “Ab urbe recondita: The Reception of the Roman Classics in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.” Several panel presentations and a roundtable discussion will take place during the conference, featuring
Due to the closure of a section of Andy Holt Avenue near the University Center, changes will be made to The T Transit System, effective Sunday, March 25, 2012.
Campus visitors, especially those going to the University Center, will be directed to park at Volunteer Hall on White Avenue. The T: North-South and The T: Late Nite buses run along White Avenue with a stop located across from the Volunteer Hall garage entrance. Visitors can catch those routes to reach the University Center.
More parking has been added for commuter students, effective Monday, March 26. The Convention Center surface parking lot (also called the Poplar Lot), located on Poplar Street and Henley Street across the railroad tracks just east of the Hill, will accommodate UT commuter students from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday during the