With the Fall 2012 semester about to begin, Provost Susan Martin introduces faculty and staff to this year’s freshman class, and address policy changes in place for the new academic year.
As students return to campus this week, they’ll be excited, nervous, busy, and, maybe, a little bit homesick. T. Paul McAnear, director of clinical services at UT’s Student Counseling Center, and his colleagues offer some tips to help students stave off the the feelings of sadness and longing for home.
Linguistics scholar Benjamin Hary of Emory University will kick off the newly created Karen and Pace Robinson Lecture on Modern Israel at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 29, in the McClung Museum auditorium at UT. Hary’s lecture is titled “The Politics of Judeo-Arabic: Israel as a Bilingual State.”
You’ve arrived on campus and you’re excited, nervous, busy, and, maybe, a little bit homesick. Don’t worry, it’s normal.