You Might Be Right, the new podcast series by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, wrapped its nine-episode season at the end of December.
The Seven Lucky Gods usher in good fortune in the new year in Japan. Among them, Hotei plays the most prominent role, for he is considered not just a lucky god, but also a Buddha.
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Maybe. When good ideas prosper, so do replicas, diluting the power of original thinking.
Hotei, a Japanese god who carries a bag of treats, has come to be identified with Santa Claus – but he brings the goodies on New Year’s Day instead of Christmas.
A new initiative to led by the writing center is one of many examples of UT’s commitment to expanding access to a college education to students at Austin-East and across Tennessee.
The First Lady praised Tennessee’s teacher pipeline intiative.
You Might Be Right launches September 14. The first episode will take on gun violence with guests Arne Duncan and David French.
A social work scholar researches why school suspensions disproportionately affect students from certain groups and what can be done to change the inequity.
There is no understating the impact Williams has had on the game of tennis. But her role in helping sports journalists reimagine the scope of their work is a key part of her enduring legacy.
In her presentation, Williams described building a campus where students have the resources and community support they need to succeed, and how these strategies are paying off at UT with record graduation and retention rates.
Two seniors will travel to Ankara, Turkey and Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to learn languages considered crucial to the United States’ future security and stability.
Jack Schwartz, a second-year political science PhD candidate at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, from Lambertsville, Michigan, will pursue Arabic in Amman, Jordan, with support from a Boren Fellowship.