Three short documentaries about local Vietnam veterans made by UT journalism students will be featured at Knoxville’s First Friday event and then air on East Tennessee PBS stations in conjunction with the broadcast of Ken Burns’s new epic documentary, The Vietnam War.
With the new academic year, nine schools and departments are welcoming new directors and heads.
Millicent Smith, a graduate student in journalism, will spend her summer in a paid internship with the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC, after winning a national wonk tank competition sponsored by the US Department of State. Smith developed her proposal, “He for She for Delhi,” as part of a team in
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy has been selected as a partner in the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomacy Lab program. The Diplomacy Lab helps the State Department broaden its research base and more effectively respond to a variety of global challenges.
Joan Rentsch, professor of communication studies and director of the College of Communication and Information’s Integrative Organizational Research Laboratory, has been named the college’s new associate dean for academic programs. She will begin her new role on August 1.
Four faculty members have been selected as fellows for the Southeastern Conference’s 2012-13 Academic Leadership Development Program. David Golden, Catherine Luther, John Stier, and Penny White join forty-six faculty and administrators from SEC schools who were chosen to participate in the professional development initiative.
Catherine Luther has been named associate dean for academic programs for the UT Knoxville College of Communication and Information.