Wednesday marked the last day of UT’s Legislative Leaders Academy, an intensive three-day series of workshops designed to prepare a new crop of Tennessee state lawmakers for the challenges of the upcoming legislative session.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will host the C-SPAN Bus on Thursday, January 17, as a part of the cable network’s Southern Swing tour.
A new policy brief examines strategies to manage the population and mitigate the risks associated with invasive species.
The Baker Center will host a special exhibit of the late senator’s career and a commemorative lecture with former U.S. Ambassador Ira Shapiro this week to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
A new policy brief from the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy offers insight into the changes facing the electricity industry and five recommendations how the Tennessee Valley Authority can position itself for the future.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy hosted the second and final debate in the US Senate race between Representative Marsha Blackburn and former governor Phil Bredesen Wednesday evening.
Developed countries will need to invest more resources in green energies and less in fossil fuels in order to meet the goals set by the Paris Agreement, according to a study published earlier this year in Nature Energy.
The Baker Center will host the second and final debate in the Senate race between Representative Marsha Blackburn and former governor Phil Bredesen on October 10.
UT students will explore topics of national importance and influence policy this fall as part of the US Department of State’s Diplomacy Labs.
A coalition of nearly 40 student groups and academic units at UT is launching a voter registration campaign on campus.
Matt Murray, director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and assistant director of the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research, is available talk about the implications of trade negotiations and the impact they could have industries and workers in Tennessee and the rest of the country.
With the news of former first lady Barbara Bush’s death, several members of the campus community have shared a couple of interesting anecdotes and photos.