UT will launch the state’s first bachelor’s degree program in information sciences in the fall, Provost David Manderscheid announced today.
Danica McKellar, author of Imagination Library selection Goodnight, Numbers and actress most recognized for her critically-acclaimed roles on The Wonder Years and The West Wing, lent her voice to Land Grant Films’ upcoming documentary, The Library That Dolly Built.
Khadija “Bunny” Shaw graduates this week with a degree in communication studies, and shortly afterward she will prepare to lead Jamaica to its first-ever appearance in a FIFA Women’s World Cup.
An interdisciplinary research team will study Russian disinformation campaigns in three former Soviet republics as part of a $1.6 million Minerva research grant awarded through the United States Department of Defense.
Twenty-one students from the College of Communication and Information who are studying abroad and interning in Australia recently attended a reception honoring UT alumnus and US Ambassador Arthur “A.B.” Culvahouse Jr. at the Consul General’s residence in Sydney.
Ten faculty members will each have six minutes and 40 seconds to explain their unique research ranging from Nationwide commercials to neurological disorders at Mic/Nite on Wednesday, March 13.
The eighth annual UT Social Media Week will include a session on the much-hyped and failed Fyre Festival.
A faculty member and a team of students from UT’s College of Communication and Information will be providing real-time analysis of Super Bowl LIII’s commercials for WLVT on Sunday.
Welcome Home Brother, a film created by two recent UT graduates as part of Land Grant Films’ Defender of Dreams documentary series, received a nomination in the topical documentary category of the Midsouth Regional Emmys.
Stephen Land, founder and CEO of Knoxville-based Jupiter Entertainment, received the 2018 Donald G. Hileman Alumni Award from UT’s College of Communication and Information at the college’s awards and scholarship donor appreciation banquet on November 9.
A faculty member and a group of graduate students from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media will be providing real-time election analysis for WVLT tonight.
One microphone. Ten faculty members. 400 seconds. That’s under seven minutes for each faculty member to explain their unique research.