UT’s McClung Museum will host a viewing of the film Unmasked Judeophobia at 7 p.m. on January 26 in its auditorium.
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The School of Information Sciences will be collecting books for children in Sevier County who lost their possessions in the recent wildfires.
The university is closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Several events honoring the achievements of the late civil rights leader will be happening around campus.
Bill Hardwig in the Department of English and Sidi Kazunga in the Haslam College of Business Office of Undergraduate Programs have been honored for their advising work.
The Humanities Center kicks off its annual Conversations and Cocktails series on Tuesday.
College of Law graduate Kirsten Jacobson was recently recognized by the Tennessee Bar Association as the Law Student Volunteer of the Year.
“Stop worrying about things not to eat and focus on a positive mindset of what you should eat.” That’s some New Year’s resolution advice from Lee Murphy, professor of nutrition. “People often think of resolutions as eating less of something or cutting it out altogether, but I think it’s more fun and realistic to try and think positively about food,” she said.
A new report card released yesterday ranks UT among the top institutions in Tennessee for teacher preparation. According to the 2016 Teacher Preparation Report Card, UT exceeded state averages in eight of the nine metrics.
Lisa Reyes Mason, assistant professor in UT’s College of Social Work, led a webinar this week on tips for building positive communications over the holidays.
Communication Studies Professor Virginia Kupritz has been named the inaugural William H. Swain Professor. The professorship was made possible by a generous gift from Martha S. “Missy” Wallen, who received her bachelor’s degree in communication studies in 1974, in honor of her father, William H. Swain, who was also a UT alumnus. This five-year rotating