Five senior classics students spent the summer in Morocco, conducting an archaeological survey around one of the oldest cities in northwestern Africa. “Gardens of the Hesperides: The Rural Archaeology of the Loukkos Valley” is a collaboration between UT and the Institut National des Sciences de l’Archéologie et du Patrimoine in Rabat, Morocco. The project is
Three UT cinema studies students spent their summer as interns for Dog Years, a feature film set in Knoxville starring Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds. Juniors Crue Smith and Lori Terrones and senior Corbin Phillips, pictured, worked twelve-hour days learning the ins and outs of filmmaking and how to make a story come to life.
Students and alumni will join together this summer to make a difference in communities across the country.
Theater students at UT are working with the Great Schools Partnership and Knox County Schools on a reading enrichment pilot program that seeks to smooth this transition period for upcoming middle schoolers.
Graduate students from UT’s Haslam College of Business contributed 4,624 consulting hours to area nonprofit and governmental organizations this semester. T
The Smart Communities Initiative is wrapping up its second year, and an upcoming event will showcase some of the work that’s been done for this year’s community partner, the Southeast Tennessee Development District.
The next meeting of the Department Heads Forum, a series of workshops and discussions for both recently appointed and long-standing department heads, is 3:00–4:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Haslam Business Building Room 104.
UT has chosen Lenoir City to be its 2016–17 Smart Communities Initiative (SCI) “Mini” program partner.
Krist Bronstad and Mark Baggett are UT Libraries’ faculty members who are “Going the Extra Mile.”
Avigail Sachs and Liz Teston are “Going the Extra Mile” in the College of Architecture and Design.
Michelle Commander, Kristina Gordon, Greg Tardy, and Ben Xue are the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Appreciation Week honorees for “Going the Extra Mile” in their classrooms.
The role of the state in defining and regulating marriage. The right of birth parents to choose adoptive parents for their children. The legal liability parents might face if they choose not to vaccinate their children and their children make others sick. Those are just a few of the headline-making issues Professor Teri Baxter examines