WUOT will bring together Katharine Emlen and longtime jazz host John Habel to share their love of world music in a new program, The Sounds Global Show, launching on WUOT-2 at 5 p.m. Sunday, August 23.
When two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, architecture students wound up studying at home during spring semester, they designed a set of proposed solutions for safety and congestion issues on the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty in the Department of Theatre learned in one week to teach acting classes online.
Thanks to WUTK’s amazing listeners and supporters, the station has won Blank Newpaper’s Knoxville’s Finest Radio Station for 2020.
The Knoxville Museum of Art’s Spring exhibition, Beauford Delaney and James Baldwin: Through the Unusual Door, was set to be the focal point of Associate Professor Mary Campbell’s African American Art History course.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, students in the School of Music and residents of a senior living community connected on Zoom to enjoy performances of final exams.
Beyond improving an essential protective device for health care workers in the fight against COVID-19, Assistant Professor of Architecture Maged Guerguis’s response was to innovate.
When Geghie Alayna Davis applied for her Fulbright, she wanted to use design to promote rural internet access initiatives, including her Union County home.
One of the few offices on campus remaining open during the coronavirus closure is that of WUOT. However, many staff members are actually working from home.
Country music legend Dolly Parton will help kids get ready to sleep by reading them a children’s book online at bedtime. The project is a response to the delayed premiere of The Library That Dolly Built, the UT student-driven documentary about Parton’s Imagination Library.
The Library That Dolly Built, a University of Tennessee, Knoxville, student-driven film and documentary about Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, will premiere April 2 in New York City and be screened in theaters across the nation.
UT’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will host a family day from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 15, to celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday.