Sixteen emerging leaders in disability sport—including current and former national athletes, Paralympic executives, social entrepreneurs, and inclusion advocates from 15 countries—are participating in the second annual Sport for Community program, led by the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society.
Robert Grzywacz, director of the UT-ORNL Joint Institute for Nuclear Physics and Applications and a physics professor, is in Russia this week.
Some Rwandan farmers are getting a taste of UT’s volunteer spirit.
While working as a hotel manager, Paul Rusesabagina hid and protected more than 1,200 Hutu and Tutsi refugees during the Rwandan genocide.
The English Language Institute is seeking volunteers to serve in its Conversation Partners program.
A group of freshmen from UT’s Haslam College of Business spent part of their winter break in Cuba. They returned not only with fun memories, but also cultural insights that will help them as they continue their studies. The students were in the 2016 First-Year Experience in Cuba program, which seeks to engage business students with global business issues and expose them to study abroad opportunities.
The 2017 East Tennessee Chinese New Year Festival, co-hosted by UT’s Confucius Institute and the UT Chinese Students and Scholars Association, will be held 3:30–5:30 p.m. Sunday, February 5.
The recent executive order on immigration has caused confusion and anxiety among many members of our Volunteer family.
The News Sentinel‘s Brianna Paciorka attended a Chinese New Year celebration hosted by UT’s Confucius Institute at Hodges Library on Thursday.
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