Those who enjoy the exhilarating feeling of bare feet on cool grass can raise money for charity by participating in the third annual Barefoot Benefit on Sunday, October 21. The 2:00 p.m. event will take place at the fairways of Lambert Acres Golf Club in Maryville. Five undergraduates in the College of Business Administration are
The Ready for the World Café will venture to southern France on Thursday, October 18. The café, which is sponsored by Sysco Foods, will operate from noon to 1:00 p.m. The lunch will include a duck confit salad, bouillabaisse, and a dessert of fresh baked fruit.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek has received a top alumni award from Texas A&M University. He was given the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Outstanding Alumni Award Saturday at his alma mater in College Station, Texas. Cheek, a 1969 graduate of Texas A&M, was lauded for his mission to make UT a Top 25 public
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are sharing the big ideas that make a difference in their world. Howard Hall, a Governor’s Chair professor of nuclear security, has the big idea to take UT’s capabilities and apply them to the challenge of global nuclear security.
There are buzzers, eliminations and fierce competition. But there is no football and certainly no calculators in this bowl. The UT-Pro2Serve Math Contest, hosted by UT, will award ten lucky and bright students $4,000 annual scholarships to the university.
Three years ago UT researchers helped to discover water on the surface of the moon. Now, they are piecing together the origin of that water: solar wind. A new study published in this month’s “Nature Geoscience” confirms solar wind as a source for water embedded in the lunar surface.