The International House held a screening of the documentary Half the Sky Friday, April 17.
Good Morning Memphis anchor and UT alumna Valerie Calhoun shared her experiences and advice on pursuing careers in broadcast media with students of the School of Journalism and Electronic Media, Friday, April 17.
Dr. Nora Berenstain, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, delivered a lecture as part of Sex Week 2015. She discussed issues surrounding sex workers including their negative perception by society and mistreatment.The lecture was held on April 10 in the University Center Crest Room.
Because making decisions is hard.
UT’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty held the event “Incarceration Nation” Tuesday, April 7 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Pedestrian Walkway, filled with different activities that help to raise awareness of the treatment of criminals.
After debating Monday, March 30, the results of the SGA 2015 elections were announced Wednesday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m. Will Freeman won president; Madison Kahl won vice president, and Mariah Beane won Student Services director, Connect UT taking it all. SGA transitions will take place Wednesday, April 15.
HLN social media producer Luke Burke spoke in the Scripps Lab of the College of Communication and Information building Thursday, April 2 about the rise in journalism careers in social media during Social Media Week.
Alex Goldschmidt came to speak at the University of Tennessee Wednesday as a part of Social Media Week with his lecture titled “The Science of Social Media”.
Children and parents gathered in Circle Park to search for Easter eggs at Egg-Stravaganza.
The final speaker of the Church Memorial Lecture Series, Nina-Marie Lister, gave a presentation called “Ecological Design: Resilience Beyond Rhetoric,” discussing the importance of resilience Monday, March 30.
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