The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will offer a free family fun day to showcase its new exhibit Brightly Beaded: North American Indian Glass Beadwork on Saturday, February 22. The 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. event will take place in the museum lobby and the exhibit gallery. The family fun day will include educational
UT’s College of Business Administration is hosting a Graduate Business Programs Open House for prospective students on Monday, February 24. The 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. event will be in the Haslam Business Building. Prospective students will have the opportunity to speak with administrators and current students from a variety of programs.
Author and professor Bron Taylor will discuss how a multifaceted trend of “dark green” religion is becoming a global movement at UT’s fourth annual David L. Dungan Memorial Lecture on Thursday, February 20. Taylor’s lecture, “Spirituality After Darwin: ‘Dark Green’ Nature Religion as Global Religious Movement,” is presented by the Issues Committee and co-sponsored by
Because of last week’s snow day, we’ve extended Faculty Appreciation Week through today. That means you still have today to check out the Faculty Appreciation Week website. There, you can see the shout-outs and selfies that have been posted, read stories about some great faculty members, and learn about the discounts offered.
Sungkyu Lee and Elizabeth Strand in the College of Social Work are making an impact. Lee is working to improve mental health services for diverse populations and Strand is breaking new ground in veterinary social work.
Sharon Patton and Sarel Van Amstel in the College of Veterinary Medicine are teaching their students to take care of themselves and the animals in their care.