From hearing screening to allergy testing to blood typing, the UT community can find answers to several of their health questions at HealthBeat 2014, a free health fair for UT students, faculty, staff, and retirees as well as their families. The College of Nursing is joining forces with the Student Health Center and UT Medical
The city of Cleveland, Tennessee, has been chosen as the first partner city for UT’s new service-learning program, the Smart Communities Initiative. The partnership begins this fall. The goals of the SCI are to help students gain real-world experience and make valuable contacts in the community. It is a component of UT’s new Quality Enhancement
The Graduate Student Senate will host a scavenger hunt, dubbed “The Big Orange Adventure,” to benefit the UT Libraries on Saturday, April 5. The race will take place on the UT campus. Check-in is at 9:00 a.m. at the outdoor amphitheater between Hodges Library and the Humanities Building, and the hunt begins at 10:00 a.m.
Four students have been recognized by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program, which grants awards to students studying mathematics, science, and engineering. Junior Emma Hollmann was named a 2014 Goldwater Scholar, and three sophomores—Chris Barnes, Andrew Messing, and Sahba Seddighi—were given honorable mentions.
The social impact of horses in nineteenth-century theatre will be discussed at a free lecture with Professor Kim Marra from the University of Iowa on Friday, April 4. The event, “Riding the Nineteenth Century: Théâtre Equestre Zingaro’s Historical Performances,” begins at 3:30 p.m. in 1210 McClung Tower. Marra is a professor of theatre arts and