UT Knoxville welcomes fans to campus Saturday for the Volunteers’ game against the Gamecocks of the University of South Carolina but urges visitors to be cautious about traffic conditions and Halloween celebrations. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. EDT. Neyland Stadium gates will open at 5:45 p.m. The game will be televised on ESPN.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, welcomes fans to campus Saturday for the Volunteers’ game against the Bulldogs of the University of Georgia. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:21 p.m. EDT. Neyland Stadium gates will open at 10:15 a.m. The game will be televised on ESPN’s SEC Sports Network. The university would like to remind visitors to campus about stadium policies and game day logistics.
The 2009 Security Booklet for the Knoxville campus is now available online. The booklet meets the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policies and Campus Crime Statistics Act, regarding the reporting of crime statistics and policies by the university.
UT Knoxville welcomes fans to campus Saturday for the Volunteers’ game against Auburn University. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:45 p.m. EDT. Neyland Stadium gates open at 5:45 p.m. The game will be televised on ESPN. The university would like to remind visitors to campus about stadium policies and game day logistics.
University of Tennessee Police Department is reminding all faculty and staff to be careful about leaving your personal items unattended while you’re at work. The most often reported crime on our campus is the theft of unsecured property. This generally includes property left out while the person is only gone for a short time.
Despite the rain, Wednesday’s UT Safety Day was well-attended with many students, faculty and staff stopping by tents set up across campus to learn about all aspects of staying safe on and off campus.
UT is urging all students, faculty and staff to be proactive in dealing with all influenza-like illnesses that have the typical symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat. The H1N1 flu virus (commonly referred to as “Swine Flu”) is particularly contagious. With the expectation that cases will continue to increase nationwide, UT officials are encouraging everyone to take simple actions to minimize the risk of contracting or transmitting H1N1.
Captain Keith Lambert discusses many of the programs and services that UTPD offers free of charge to members of the UT community.
The UT Minute staff talks with two on-campus faculty experts, Mark Sangster and Paul Erwin, about the current outbreak of H1N1, or “swine flu,” virus, and what the University community should know about the disease.
Crime is down on the UT Knoxville campus, and UT police say it’s because of improved departmental procedures and increased community support.