“You Might Be Right,” a podcast hosted by former Tennessee governors Phil Bredesen and Bill Haslam, has garnered media attention nationally, across the state and locally.
You Might Be Right launches September 14. The first episode will take on gun violence with guests Arne Duncan and David French.
Land Grant Films, a documentary production program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is partnering with the university’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy to create a documentary exploring American politics through the lens of Baker’s life.
Ten Vols were recognized with the Torchbearer award, UT’s highest undergraduate honor.
Lou Gross receives the 2022 Macebearer Award, UT’s highest faculty honor.
“Listen. Learn. Lead.” Week encourages students, faculty, and staff to listen to different perspectives, learn from the experiences of others, and work to become courageous leaders.
UT’s Baker Center is co-hosting a lecture series, “Giants of the Senate.”
A dedication ceremony was held Friday, September 17, with members of the Geier and Robinson families.
Bill Lyons to become the Baker Center’s inaugural director of policy partnerships.
Marianne Wanamaker has been appointed executuve director of UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Her first day is July 1.
Baker Center Director Matt Murray will retire July 31. An internal search for Murray’s successor will begin immediately.
Two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, residence halls will be renamed in honor of Theotis Robinson and Rita Sanders Geier, African American trailblazers whose fight for equity and social justice transformed the university and the state’s higher education system.