Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library celebrated its 100 millionth book giveaway at the Library of Congress on Tuesday, and six students and a faculty member from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media had a front-row pass.
Six students and a faculty member are in Washington, DC, as the Dollywood Foundation and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library celebrate the presentation of their 100 millionth book at the Library of Congress.
This winter, UT Professor of Journalism Michael Martinez is tuning in to the Olympics from the warm comfort of his living room.
Six students from the School of Journalism and Electronic Media networked with newspaper professionals and also put their journalistic skills to use at last week’s Tennessee Press Association winter convention in Nashville.
David E. Sanger, senior staff writer for the New York Times, will speak about national security strategies used by recent administrations and how the current administration plans to deal with such challenges going forward.
Isaac Ward loves his small town and a good story. Combining the two, he’s found success as an entrepreneur and a student filmmaker.
UT’s Land Grant Films has announced its most ambitious documentary yet: telling the story of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
A team of seven UT journalism and electronic media students is heading to Orange Beach, Alabama, today to cover the World Food Championships.
Three short documentaries about local Vietnam veterans made by UT journalism students will be featured at Knoxville’s First Friday event and then air on East Tennessee PBS stations in conjunction with the broadcast of Ken Burns’s new epic documentary, The Vietnam War.
This summer, national and local media have drawn upon the expertise of UT faculty members to learn about this phenomenon and to help the public prepare to view it safely.
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse—when the disk of the moon completely covers the sun—will be visible in the United States along a path that is 2,500 miles long and 70 miles wide, from central Oregon through Tennessee and on to South Carolina.
If you’ve been to a basketball game at UT, you probably know Trennie Williams. He’s gained fame as a superfan and the character VOLstarterman. But underneath the mask and cape, Williams—who graduates this week—is a well-rounded Volunteer.