The video highlights UT as a university on the rise.
The Office of Communications and Marketing recently won eight awards, including five top placements, at the Tennessee College Public Relations Association contest.
Halloween is the orangest of holidays, so it only seems right to have some Volunteer-themed pumpkins.
Halloween-themed festivities are gearing up across UT’s campus. Many of the events welcome faculty and staff to bring their families.
Each spring, professor Rob Heller from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media in the College of Communication and Information takes his advanced photojournalism students to LaFollette, Tennessee, to find and photograph stories in the Campbell County community of 7,000, about 45 miles north of Knoxville.
WUOT, the Knoxville NPR station licensed to UT, has received a $10,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for a five-part project to highlight Knoxville’s connection to country music.
The Office of Communications and Marketing won 17 awards, including 10 gold awards, from the Tennessee College Public Relations Association.
The University of Tennessee has won eight awards in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III awards competition.
UT Knoxville Interim Chancellor Wayne T. Davis today announced the appointment of Tisha Benton as vice chancellor for communications. Benton’s first day as the university’s chief communications and marketing officer will be December 17.
The Office of Communication and Marketing won 13 awards, including the Best in Show and six gold awards at the Tennessee College Public Relations Association contest last week in Jackson, Tennessee.
The Office of Communications and Marketing recently won several awards, including three top awards, in a regional advertising, communications, and marketing competition. The Council for Advancement and Support of Education awarded UT eight awards at its District III regional conference in Atlanta.
If you missed the CBT’s spring 2017 production of Susanna Centlivre’s rollicking 1709 comedy The Busy Body, you can now see key scenes and learn more about the making of the play in an open-source documentary, produced by UT Office of Communications and Marketing and available on the Department of Theatre’s website.