Members of the Teacher Advisory Committee voiced concerns about current educational issues at the Knoxville Board of Education work session held March 2, in the Andrew Johnson Building.
Over the weekend, the Twitter page @UTJEM collected tweets written by former students and colleagues of Dwight Teeter posting their condolences as a way to bring the community closer together and pay tribute to his legacy at UT. Teeter died Feb. 27 at the age of 80.
Former CNN reporter David Mattingly gave a lecture to students in professor Jim Stovall’s media writing class Thursday, Feb. 26.
Football players Josh Dobbs, Jakob Johnson, Todd Kelley Jr. and others turned to social media over the past snow days to call UT students to war, a snowball war that is.
Architects Jen Maigret and María Arquero visited UT’s Art and Architecture building Monday, Feb. 23 as a part of the Church Lecture series.
Alzheimer’s Tennessee is moving its fundraising Walk to the University of Tennessee Gardens. The news was announced for the 25th annual event by former UT football coach Phillip Fulmer. The event will be held on April 18.
Marvel Comics creative director Bill Rosemann delivered the talk “Marvel: Inside the World’s Most Heroic Brand” in the University Center Auditorium Thursday, Feb. 19.
The University of Tennessee will be hosting an independent “TED Talks” conference called “TEDxUTK,” made up of two sessions and a total of eight presentations at the Lindsay Young Auditorium in Hodges Library from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21.
The University of Tennessee’s Tradition Committee, associated with the Student Government Association, held VOLentine’s Day as a part of “Big Orange Friday” that took place on Pedestrian Walkway from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Friday.
On Thursday, Feb. 12, Michael Goodchild, retired Geology professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, delivered the Geography department’s annual “Hammond Lecture” in the Lindsay Young auditorium.
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