Antimatter. The Big Bang. Ghostly neutrinos. The public is invited to spend Saturday mornings this spring with UT’s Department of Physics and Astronomy learning about intriguing and newsworthy science topics
Teams from thirteen high schools will compete in the eighth annual Tennessee High School Ethics Bowl on Saturday, February 4.
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel has been chosen as the 2017 Life of the Mind book.
Sculptor Cameron Kite wants you to be a little nervous when you look at his work.
The Clarence Brown Theatre’s production of Outside Mullingar begins with a preview performance on Wednesday and Thursday, February 1–2, with opening night on Friday, February 3.
Nuclear engineering students Chris Andrews, Don Miller, and Adam Stratz have been selected for the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Graduate Fellowship Program, which provides full-time funding for the students while they work in NNSA offices around the country.
Knox County Public Library, in partnership with UT’s College of Arts and Sciences, will host Books Sandwiched In, a book discussion series about diversity.
UT’s Science Forum resumes at noon Friday, January 27, with weekly presentations about cutting-edge research on a variety of topics, ranging from the truth about GMOs to the recent Gatlinburg fires.
UT’s Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites students, faculty, staff, and members of the local community to pitch their business ideas at Vol Court, a semiannual pitch competition and speaker series.
The McClung Museum’s sixth annual Civil War Lecture Series starts Sunday, January 29, with “It Happened in East Tennessee: Longstreet’s Plunge into Independent Command 1863–64,” which will look at the major deployment of the First Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, from a Virginia summer to an East Tennessee winter and the many strategic, tactical, and personnel issues that intervened.