US Navy Captain Rosemary Mariner, lecturer and scholar in residence at the Center for War and Society, was a featured guest on NPR’s On Point broadcast on Veteran’s Day. The experts, which also included NPR’s Pentagon reporter Tom Bowman and MIT researcher Cindy Williams, explored the future of America’s military as it faces big cuts
UT Libraries will commemorate the bloody Battle of Fort Sanders, the 1863 climactic clash in the siege of Knoxville during the Civil War, with a lecture Thursday, November 14, by Tracy McKenzie, author of the authoritative book on the subject, Lincolnites and Rebels: A Divided Town in the American Civil War.
Diners at UT’s Ready for the World Café will savor the flavors of Japan a second time on Thursday, November 14, in the UT Visitors Center on Neyland Drive. The lunch consists of edamame, shrimp and smoked octopus salad, salmon teriyaki, and green tea cake. The cost is $12 and the faculty-staff discount does not
Karen Freberg, alumna of the College of Communication and Information and assistant professor at the University of Louisville, has the big idea to launch a social media competition for students on a national scale.