The semiannual McClung Public Speaking Contest will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 29, in the Panhellenic Building. The event, hosted by the School of Communication Studies, is the largest public speaking competition in the Southeast.
In the spirit of Halloween, freshmen are embracing the ghoulish holiday in a creepy, crawly way. The popular First-Year Studies course It’s a Bug’s Life, taught by entomology and plant pathology professor Jerome Grant, examines how insects have shaped our world and influenced our lives through movies, television, art, literature, and even food.
UT students will host the sixth annual Barefoot 5K on Sunday, October 25 at Sequoyah Hills Park. The event is organized by a Haslam College of Business service-learning class to raise funds for Samaritan Place, an emergency shelter for the elderly.
Are you required to take Communication Studies 210 or 240 but have public speaking anxiety? Though all 210 and 240 classes assist students with managing speech anxiety, Communication Studies offers specialized sections of these courses designed for students with high speech anxiety.
The committee that has been searching to fill the position of executive director for the UT Space Institute in Tullahoma has identified two finalists. The campus community is invited to view webcasts of public forums given by the finalists.
Graduate students at UT often feel lost in a sea of undergrads. However, there are twenty-eight individuals at the UT Libraries who are available to help meet the needs of every graduate student.
Between Halloween costumes, decorations, and candy, there are a few simple ways to eliminate extra waste and make the holiday as green as it is fun.
The Boyd Venture Challenge, sponsored by the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Haslam College of Business, is now accepting applications. The seed fund grant program awards up to $20,000 to student-owned startup companies each fall and spring semester.
A UT graduate student will play all thirty-five roles in a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony award-winning play at the Clarence Brown Theatre.
When it came time for Conner McMillan, a senior in the College of Social Work, to complete the field placement required by her major, she gravitated toward an opportunity that was a perfect fit for her love of kids, the outdoors, and being active. Her placement took her to Fall Creek Falls State Park, where she worked with a team to develop and carry out a summer camp curriculum that teaches leadership skills.