The Pride of the Southland Marching Band is a much valued and integral part of the university and the game day experience. Their performances are part of the fabric of our great football traditions here at Tennessee. The band is essential to achieving our goal of an electric atmosphere in Neyland Stadium. Several claims made
The liberation of four million men, women, and children from slavery in the United States is often told as a one-man, one-moment story. But, in fact, it took many people and much behind-the-scenes work to accomplish emancipation. Amy Murrell Taylor, an associate professor of history at the University of Kentucky, will focus on the untold
Spanish architect Iñaqui Carnicero will be on campus Friday, October 11, to deliver a lecture exploring the relationship between architecture and economics. Carnicero’s appearance is part of the Robert B. Church III Memorial Lecture Series and a result of a partnership between the College of Architecture and Design and the Embassy of Spain’s Cultural Office.
Jack Dongarra, distinguished professor of computer science in the College of Engineering, is being honored for his leadership in high performance computing. He will receive the Association for Computing Machinery-Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society Ken Kennedy Award on November 19 in Denver at SC13, the International Conference on High Performance Computing.