The final steel beam was placed on the new Natalie L. Haslam Music Center on Wednesday, in a ceremony marking the midway point for construction. Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek joined philanthropist Natalie Haslam, for whom the center is named, students, faculty, and administrators in signing the twenty-foot steel beam before it was set over the
It was a day full of intense artistic practice, as faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the School of Art gave high school students from East Tennessee a glimpse into the possibilities of becoming an artist within a university setting.
Do you know what to do when a tornado warning is issued for areas that include our campus? The university will send a UT Alert text message and e-mail to the campus community when the National Weather Service issues a tornado warning for areas that include our campus. If the message directs you to shelter
In its ongoing efforts to make the college application process easier, UT Knoxville has joined Common Application, a service that allows students to fill out a single document to apply for admission at more than 450 public and private universities across the United States. First-time entering freshmen applying for admission to UT for the fall
A video of a German garden gnome decked out in Big Orange attire has won a national first-place prize for Bernadette Kolp, a freshman nursing major. Kolp is one of five national winners in the “Do Deutsch” German Olympiad sponsored by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, the Ready for the World Initiative, and
UT senior Lauren Wurth spent the fall 2010 semester studying at Swansea University in Wales and came home completely enamored with the United Kingdom and all the things she experienced across the pond. When she heard about the Friendship Program through the International House, she thought it might give her the opportunity to befriend international
The Graduate School of Education will present a community screening of the feature-length documentary “American Teacher” at 7:00 p.m., Monday, April 30, at the Clarence Brown Theatre. A brief panel discussion will follow the viewing. The event is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about the challenges of public education and the
Political science professor Anthony Nownes was featured in a Washington Post blog entitled “Why celeb endorsements matter (Or, is George Clooney more like Jennifer Aniston or Peyton Manning?)”.