The College of Communication and Information will name a classroom in honor of CCI alumna Hilda Murray, an accomplished entrepreneur and business executive. A brief ceremony, part of the CCI Board of Visitors spring meeting, will take place from noon to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, March 7, in Room 309 of the Communications Building. A
Herbert M. Webster began taking photographs of the Great Smoky Mountains as a sixteen-year-old on his first hike up Mount LeConte in 1925. That began a lifelong love of photographing the Smokies. About 500 photographs taken by Webster between 1926 and 1955 form a new digital collection of UT Libraries. The Herbert M. Webster Photograph
Students and faculty of the College of Nursing and the College of Architecture and Design are addressing rural Appalachia’s wellness and disaster planning through the UT Appalachia Community Health and Disaster Readiness Project. Funded by a grant from the US Health Resources and Services Administration, the project is researching the needs of Clay County, Kentucky,
Ron Winslow has spent the last quarter century chronicling the most important health news—from the latest cancer research to questions about medical ethics—for Wall Street Journal readers. Winslow will talk about “Covering Science: Worst of Times, Best of Times” when he delivers the annual Alfred and Julia Hill Lecture at 8:00 p.m. on March 11
Jean Lewis, professor emeritus in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, recently passed away after an extended illness. Lewis served as a member of the UT faculty for more than twenty years until her retirement in 1995. She was a vital part of the physical education faculty and later, the exercise science faculty,
Construction Services Director Tim Tomlinson has been honored with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award. Tomlinson was nominated for the award by Sergeant Willard Pippin of the Facilities Services Electric Shop.
Ernest L. Brothers, assistant dean of the Graduate School, director of the Office of Graduate Training and Mentorship, and adjunct assistant professor in political science, was elected to a three-year term on the executive committee of the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools at the organization’s annual meeting held February 20 through 23 in San Antonio,
The office of First-Year Studies is seeking instructors for Fall 2014 first-year seminars. Each FYS 101 class is a small seminar—no more than twenty students—designed to acclimate first-year students to campus and provide them with the skills and experiences to be academically successful. FYS 129 seminars are topical and designed to connect students with UT