The work of Virginia P. Moore, Tennessee’s first home demonstration agent, is documented in a new digital collection created by the UT Libraries.
UT Libraries holds thousands of unique documents and artifacts relating to America’s participation in World Wars I and II.
To highlight the unique materials available in its Special Collections and Betsey B. Creekmore Archives, the UT Libraries will periodically commission a work of art or music inspired by an item or collection in the archives.
Tennessee Today reached out to Jennifer Akerman, assistant professor in the College of Architecture and Design, to ask about the shape of Hodges Library and what challenges the designers may have faced.
Erin Elizabeth Smith, senior instructor in English and the Jack E. Reese Writer-in-Residence at UT Libraries, will be inducted into the East Tennessee Writers Hall of Fame at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, October 19.
Over the past 30 years many changes have occurred inside its walls, but Hodges Library has always been the heart of campus.
UT celebrates a notable milestone this year: the 30th anniversary of the John C. Hodges Library.
East Tennessee K–12 teachers, guidance counselors, and educators of all descriptions are invited to learn ways to help students excel in science and math during Big Orange STEM Saturday for Educators on October 7.
US Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee gained national attention in the early 1950s when he chaired congressional investigations into organized crime in America. Kefauver’s records of those inquiries form the basis of Crime Documents from the Estes Kefauver Collection, one of the newest digital collections of UT Libraries.
The campus community is invited to celebrate this year’s Life of the Mind program reading selection—Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel—by participating in a special First-Year Studies escape room in Hodges Library.
The UT Libraries is one of only eight libraries in the U.S. and Canada to receive the 2017 John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Award.
Travel back in time to the 18th century and visit with Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy as UT celebrates AustenFest April 5–7.