All UT veterans and their families are invited to campus for the third Veterans Reunion, a homecoming event held every five years. “Your Service—Our Freedom” is the theme of the reunion, sponsored by UT’s Office of Alumni Affairs. Events begin Friday, November 2, and continue through the football game against Troy University, Saturday, November 3.
Search the university libraries, locate buildings, see what’s happening on campus, or find a professor’s email address, all from the palm of your hand. UT has released its new smartphone app which allows users to do all of these things and more. The app is free to download and is available for iPhones as well
Four professors are spanning the globe as Fulbright Scholars this year. Michelle Commander, David Fox, Sarah Lowe, and Sam Swan were chosen based on their leadership and academic merits and their abilities to teach, conduct research, and contribute to solutions for shared international concerns. The Fulbright Program is a prestigious international exchange initiative that awards
All UT Knoxville campus faculty and staff are invited to have lunch and talk with Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek at noon, Thursday, October 18 in the Executive Dining Room of the University Center. Chancellor Cheek will begin the hour with an update about the university, but will save most of the time for answering your
Make plans to attend the thirty-fifth annual UT Fall Festival, planned for this Friday, October 12. The fun will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the TRECS complex. The festival is themed Your Festival. Your Health. and will feature health information and resources from the UT Medical Center, the Department of Family
Parents, caregivers, squirming babies, and toddlers are invited to the Frank H. McClung Museum’s first ever Stroller Tour on Monday, October 22. It is the first in a monthly series of free stroller tours that will allow parents and caregivers to interact with one another and museum staff without the worry of disrupting other visitors.
Steven Escar Smith, dean of the UT Libraries, has been named to the Tennessee Advisory Council on Libraries. He was appointed by Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett to a three-year renewable term. The council oversees library services that benefit all Tennesseans and advises the Tennessee State Library and Archives on long-range plans for programs