Posts By: Charles Primm

Opera Theatre Presents 1960s-Inspired Adaptation of Cosí Fan Tutte

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A 1960s science laboratory will serve as the setting for the Opera Theatre’s adaptation of Mozart’s Cosí Fan Tutte, an opera about the faithfulness of women. The spring opera will be presented Thursday, April 10, Saturday, April 12, and Sunday, April 13, at the Carousel Theatre.

One Lane of Kingston Pike Near Campus to Close This Week

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Eastbound traffic on a section of Kingston Pike near campus will be reduced to one lane from Monday, March 31, to Friday, April 4. The outside eastbound lane will be closed near the intersection with Metron Center Way, for underground utility work for the new University Commons shopping complex.

Faculty Chamber Series Concert Presented March 30

Music professors at UT will showcase their talents during a Faculty Chamber Series Concert on Sunday, March 30. The community is invited to the 3:00 p.m. concert in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall of the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, 1741 Volunteer Boulevard. It is free and open to the public.

UT Earth Month Kicks Off Next Week With “Green” Events

Next week marks the beginning of UT’s eighth annual Earth Month. “This year’s event will feature numerous student and community organizations coming together to increase awareness of what we are doing to make the campus and Knoxville a more sustainable place to live, work, and play,” said UT Sustainability Manager Preston Jacobsen.

Landscape Architecture Professor Receives Research Fellowship

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Brad Collett, an assistant professor of landscape architecture and plant sciences, has received a research fellowship to develop performance evaluation methods for regional landscape projects. Collett was recently named a 2014 research fellow of the Case Study Investigation Program of the Landscape Architecture Foundation.

Section of 16th Street to Close March 15-23

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A section of Sixteenth Street from Cumberland Avenue to White Avenue will be closed from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day from Saturday, March 15, to Sunday, March 23.

UT Professor Tapped to Lead National STEM Education Effort

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Part of a national effort to advance science, technology, engineering, and mathematics undergraduate education is being directed by a UT professor. Three five-day National Science Foundation Ideas Labs —one for biology, one for engineering, and one for geosciences—are being held this month through April 4 in the Washington, D.C., area. Louis Gross, director of the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis at UT, will serve as director of the Biology Ideas Lab.