UT’s Land Grant Films has announced its most ambitious documentary yet: telling the story of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
A team of seven UT journalism and electronic media students is heading to Orange Beach, Alabama, today to cover the World Food Championships.
Google search guru Dan Russell will present a free public lecture about online searching at 10 a.m. Monday, November 6, in the Scripps Convergence Lab Theater.
Sixteen UT public relations students traveled to Atlanta last week to network with alumni working in the field and learn about various types of PR opportunities.
Information Sciences Professor Dania Bilal of UT’s College of Communication and Information is receiving a national award for her outstanding contributions to information behavior research.
Martha Rogers, one of the world’s leading authorities on customer-focused business strategies, received the 2017 Donald G. Hileman Alumni Award from UT’s College of Communication and Information at the college’s awards and scholarship donor appreciation banquet on October 13.
The College of Communication and Information’s eighth annual Diversity and Inclusion Week, September 25–28, will feature keynote addresses by Chancellor Beverly Davenport and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero.
There have been more than 470,000 social media mentions of #HoustonStrong since Monday, and you can check out the chatter on the displays in the Adam Brown Social Media Command Center, Communications Building Room 460.
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.
This summer, national and local media have drawn upon the expertise of UT faculty members to learn about this phenomenon and to help the public prepare to view it safely.
T minus 18 days. On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse—when the disk of the moon completely covers the sun—will be visible in the United States along a path from central Oregon through Tennessee and on to South Carolina.
Mariea Hoy, a professor in the School of Advertising and Public Relations, is the inaugural recipient of the DeForrest Jackson Professorship.