Beginning with a gift from the legendary director Clarence Brown in 1973, the UT Libraries began assembling a collection of screenplays, scripts, movie posters and other items documenting East Tennesseans who have made their careers in film.
The Office of Research and Engagement will host an open house at Blount Hall, 1534 White Avenue, 1–3 p.m. today.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek recently received a Legacy Award for Excellence through Leadership from Tarleton State University, his alma mater.
At UT, they are experts in food science, crop science, investments, accounting, information science, and photography.
The campus community is invited to a presentation by Associate Dean of Students Cynthia Polk-Johnson about the university’s procedures for dealing with bias incidents on campus at 1 p.m. Thursday, February 16.
With a gift of $500,000, Suzanne S. Masters, a 1989 graduate of UT’s School of Advertising and Public Relations, has established the DeForrest Jackson Endowed Professorship, named after her favorite professor.
UT Libraries host workshops that can help you publish, research, and create.
As he prepares to join the faculty of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek reflected on what he calls “the best job I’ve ever had. … As I think about everything that has happened in my time here—there are so many good things and great accomplishments—I am most proud of the hard work of the team on our campus.” Related: Read a report celebrating Cheek’s legacy.
Campus Wellness Awards provide funds for departments to develop health- and wellness-related initiatives in partnership with Be Well.
Charles Harlan Reynolds, professor emeritus and former head of the Department of Religious Studies, passed away January 25. He was 78. A memorial service and celebration of his life will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, February 11, at the UT Visitors Center. Reynolds joined UT’s Department of Religious Studies in 1969. He served as head from 1980 to 2001.