Parking and Transit Services has temporary positions open for parking attendants.
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse—when the disk of the moon completely covers the sun—will be visible in the United States along a path that is 2,500 miles long and 70 miles wide, from central Oregon through Tennessee and on to South Carolina.
From working at food banks in multiple states to sprucing up neighborhoods in Philadelphia and Atlanta to working at a summer program for kids in rural Tennessee, students and alumni around the country are joining forces this summer to underscore UT’s volunteer tradition.
The McClung Museum has teamed up with Knox County Public Library and other area partners to offer summer enrichment opportunities for children and teens.
The Tickle College of Engineering will soon welcome the return of its popular EVol and HITES camps.
The UT Leadership Academy has announced its class of fellows for the 2017–18 academic year.
The Student Health Center is partnering with the Knox County Health Department to spread the word about mosquito bite prevention.
The Volunteer Boulevard Project will start the second phase of its makeover on Monday, May 29. The project involves extending the improvements that were made to Volunteer Boulevard from Fraternity Park to the Student Health Center over the past year.
Kids of all ages should enjoy the long and lazy days of summer, but they also need to incorporate reading into their daily routines.
UT’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture opens the new exhibition Fish Forks and Fine Furnishings: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age on May 26. The American Gilded Age, defined in the exhibition as 1870–1900, saw rapid growth in mass manufacturing, trade, and travel—all of which gave Americans greater access to, and interest in, goods from around the world.