Halloween is the orangest of holidays, so it only seems right to have some Volunteer-themed pumpkins.
Whether they need to commiserate about the trials of parenthood, get advice, or simply brag about their youngsters’ achievements, today’s parents often turn to an ever-ready forum: social media.
The Office of Communications and Marketing has created a new Twitter account, @UTKnoxvilleNews, to share press releases, noteworthy media mentions, expert sources for interviews, and updates on breaking news.
The Volunteer Voice is UT’s new online social media ambassador program. Connect your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn account with the Volunteer Voice and help share the great things going on at UT.
The College of Communication and Information will host Social Media Week April 2-4 in the Communications Building on campus. The three-day event will feature presentations, panel discussions, and open forums with social media experts from Nike, Dunkin’ Donuts, and McCormick & Company, as well as advertising, marketing, and public relations agencies from Knoxville and the
The College of Communication and Information’s School of Advertising and Public Relations will host Social Media Week, April 25-26, in the Communications Building on campus. The two-day event, cosponsored by Dell Inc., will feature presentations, panel discussions, and open forums with social media experts from Dell, Scripps Networks Interactive, Cox Enterprises and McCormick & Company,
“Leaping Forward in Communication and Information Research” is the theme of the College of Communication and Information’s thirty-fourth annual Research Symposium on February 29 on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Award-winning singer and songwriter Martina McBride, along with her manager and husband, John McBride, and an entourage of interactive marketing experts recently visited UT Knoxville as guest lecturers. Their visit kicked off an applied-learning project for an MBA marketing class, which is producing a social media plan for McBride’s newest CD as part of its
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, in partnership with the Student Government Association-Government Affairs Committee, will host a discussion about “Blogs, Social Media and Political Incivility” on March 23. The event, free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium at the Baker Center.