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Freshmen enrolled in a first-year studies course at UT will gain firsthand experience at radio broadcasting today.

“Voices from the Golden Age of Non-Idiomatic Improvisation” will air on WUTK (90.3 FM) at 8:15 p.m. Monday, December 7. The show is an extension of a first-year studies course titled The Golden Age of Non-Idiomatic Improvisation.

The show will feature twelve distinct tracks that showcase the range of non-idiomatic improvisation. Information about the featured artists and tracks is listed here.

First-year studies courses are designed to facilitate a smooth transition and successful experience for all students in their first year at UT. The freshman seminars are one-unit pass/no-credit courses and cover a variety of topics that cater to student interests.

Each course can enroll a maximum of eighteen students, providing each student with ample opportunity to make a connection with a professor whose expertise they can utilize for the remainder of their college career.

Learn more information about the radio broadcast.



David Goddard (865-974-8316,