Religious intolerance. Chinese history. Slave emancipation. These are among the topics that will be addressed by prominent scholars in the second annual lecture series presented by the UT Humanities Center. The series kicks off Monday, September 9, with Philippe Buc, a history professor at the University of Vienna, whose lecture is entitled “The Sacred and
The Faculty Pub reopens tomorrow for the fall semester. The pub will be open from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Bridgeview Grill on the third floor of the UT Boathouse on Neyland Drive. Faculty are invited for free appetizers, a cash bar, and a wonderful opportunity to interact with colleagues. Parking is available in
After surgery or an injury, American doctors’ go-to treatment has become the pain killer Vicodin. In fact, 99 percent of all hydrocodone, the narcotic agent in the prescription, is used in the United States. With the rise in use comes a rise in abuse. More than 2 million Americans are currently abusing the drug, research
An effort is under way to establish an endowment scholarship fund in memory of John M. Antun, founder of the UT Culinary Institute. Wanda Costen, an associate professor in the Department of Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management, made the first contribution to the fund this summer. She presented a $1,000 check to Antun’s widow, Lola
UT welcomes fans to campus this Saturday for the football game against Western Kentucky University. Kickoff is set for 12:21 p.m. EDT for the Volunteers’ game against the Hilltoppers. Gates open at 10:15 a.m.
Howard Hall, the director of the campus’s Radiochemistry Center for Excellence, spoke with 91.9FM WUOT’s Chrissie Keuper about the importance of the field to national security. The interview appears on the station’s The Method which is a series that explores the intersection of science and society.