UT’s College of Law is one of the best and most affordable law schools in the nation, according to two prestigious publications. The college has been listed in both the Princeton Review’s “Best 168 Law Schools” and On Being A Black Lawyer’s “Black Student’s Guide to Law Schools.”
The Department of Philosophy will host its annual Tennessee Value and Agency conference Friday, November 16, through Sunday, November 18. The conference will study themes from the writings of moral philosophers John Rawls and Immanuel Kant, and is free and open to the public.
The College of Business Administration has a strong reputation nationally and internationally, according to the 2012 Eduniversal survey, which ranked the top 1,000 business schools worldwide. For the third consecutive year, the college received “three palmes,” indicating an excellent business school that is nationally strong and has international links.
WUOT-FM is conducting its fall fund drive this week to help support the station’s public programming. During Wednesday morning’s push for donations, WUOT news director Matt Shaffer Powell promised listeners something special if the station met its 9:00 a.m. goal of $10,000. Donors met Powell’s challenge, and WBIR-TV’s Ken Schwall was on hand when Powell
Diners at the UT Ready for the World Café will continue their travels through the Mediterranean with a taste of northern Spain on Tuesday, November 20. The café operates from noon to 1:00 p.m. in the UT Visitors Center on Neyland Drive. Advance tickets will be sold for the luncheon for $12, and the faculty-staff