The Art and Architecture Building will be holding an Open House to meet and interact with prospective students Saturday, Sept. 20, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
After receiving notice by the University of Tennessee Police Department of several sexual assaults that have occurred since the beginning of the school year, one organization is seeking to educate UT students about the red zone.
Peng Xiong, a physics professor at Florida State University, visited Knoxville for the first time and was the first speaker in a semester-long colloquium series created by the Physics Department. Xiong spoke to the community about his research in superconductivity, specifically talking about lead as a superconductor. Student Ryan Raul was excited to attend the lecture because his major lines up with Xiong’s research.
The series will continue Sept. 22 with guest speaker Randy Fishman.
The Congressional Medal of Honor Society hosted a Town Hall Forum in the Alumni Memorial Building Auditorium September 12, 2014, and invited the community to meet and listen to Medal of Honor recipients Donald “Doc” Ballard and Clinton Romesha.
The audience at the UT Science Forum was treated to a trip back in time on Friday. Former UT Professor, Dr. Ted Lundy, headed up that trip with a lecture about the key events and decisions that led to the creation of the Manhattan Project in the World War II era. The Manhattan Project was [...]
Scripps Networks Interactive featured cupcakes of many flavors in its third annual “Cupcakes in the Park” in Krutch Park on Saturday to benefit the Helen Ross McNabb Center.
The Tennessee Volunteers face their first road game of the season as they travel to Norman, Oklahoma to face the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday.
The University of Tennessee Lead Summer Institute held its forum, “What’s Next UT?” Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Haslam Business Building. This past summer funding for the UTLSI program was cut and recent graduates of the program were told that they would be the last.
Young Americans for Freedom, a student organization at UT that’s a part of the Young America’s Foundation, participated in the 9/11: Never Forget Project by placing American flags beside the Humanities building and Amphitheater for people to view and remember as they walk by.
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