Full power was restored to North Carrick and South Carrick residence halls today at 10:50 a.m. Crews worked throughout the evening on the repair and faced several challenges, which delayed restoring full power until today. Students have been notified that power has been restored to their rooms.
East Tennessee students, educators, and community members interested in teaching children how to read effectively by adjusting to their learning styles are invited to a talk by renowned sociolinguist Bill Labov on Thursday, February 7. The 7:00 p.m. event will be in the Toyota Auditorium of the Baker Center. A question-and-answer session will follow Labov’s
Join the campus in celebrating the opening of the new Student Health Center Pharmacy on Tuesday, February 5. The event will introduce services to the campus community. The facility is a big benefit to students, faculty, and staff, who will no longer need to leave campus to have prescriptions filled.
East Tennesseans will hear firsthand about the fiscal choices facing state and national leaders and the impact on residents at this month’s Knoxville Economics Forum on Thursday, February 7. Mark Emkes, Tennessee state commissioner for finance and administration, will be the keynote speaker at the forum, which is sponsored by the UT Department of Economics.
Hal Wilson, a graduate teaching associate in recreation and sport management, had a big idea that will make his classes more interactive. He’s won a GTA@OIT grant to implement his “flipped classroom” approach this spring. Wilson, who teaches a class that deals with cultural ideologies and social issues, will supplement assigned readings with online videos