International Festival News

UT Kicks off Campus-wide Civility and Community Initiative

Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek hosted a crowd of faculty, staff, students, and alumni in celebrating civility and community on the UT campus Friday. The day marked the formal launch of a campus-wide effort to ensure that civility is an integral part of the UT Knoxville community and what it means to be a Tennessee Volunteer. The event was part of UT’s annual International Festival.

International Festival to Include Celebration of Civility and Community

This year’s International Festival at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will feature booths selling tantalizing food and entertainment ranging from juggling to Chinese acrobatics to Egyptian belly dancing. And, this year, the International Festival also will include a Celebration of Civility and Community, hosted by Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. The festival will take place Friday, April 15.

UT’s International Festival Features Dancing, Culture, Food

The 25th annual International Festival gave students, faculty, staff and the public a taste of cultures around the globe. Hosted by the International House, the 2010 International Festival featured representatives from 16 cultures, including 13 international groups.