Smokey, the blue tick hound well known to Tennessee fans, will join his human co-authors, Tom Mattingly and Earl Hudson, to sign copies of their new book, Smokey: The True Stories Behind the University of Tennessee’s Beloved Mascot, on Friday, October 19, at 2:00 p.m. in the UT Bookstore.
Two representatives from the Appalachian Bear Rescue will discuss the importance of reintroducing black bear cubs to the wild at this week’s Science Forum. ABR President Dana Dodd and Joel Zachry, a biologist who does task rescue for ABR, will speak at the forum on October 19.
Despite ominous clouds and a threat of rain, about 2,500 UT employees attended the thirty-fifth annual Fall Festival on Friday, October 12. The event was hosted by Human Resources, with help from RecSports and Facilities Services. The theme for this year’s festival, Your Festival. Your Health., emphasized the importance of wellness in everyone’s lives.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will be on campus this week to present the annual Rose Lecture. The event will take place at 1:00 p.m. Friday, October 19, in the Alumni Memorial Building Cox Auditorium. Sponsored by the College of Law, the lecture is open to law students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as
The UT Bookstore is now a proud vendor of Alta Gracia apparel, an overseas manufacturer known for its exemplary working conditions. Students petitioned for UT to provide Alta Gracia apparel earlier this year, and they are thrilled about the arrival. Alta Gracia is approved by the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC), an independent, non-profit labor rights