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Exhibition: Northwest Coast Art: A Community of Tradition

For hundreds of years Northwest Coast peoples including the Coast Salish, Haida, Kwakwaka’wakw, Makah, Nuu-chah-nulth, and Tlingit peoples represented in...

National Shine a Light on Slavery Day

The National Shine a Light on Slavery Day is on February 22, 2018. This is a day to bring attention to the second fastest growing crime industry in the...

UTSI 23rd Annual African American History Celebration

"African Americans in Times of Crisis" Guest Speaker: Dr. Sidney McPhee, President MTSU

UT Social Media Week -- Anti Social: How I Turned a Social Media Job Into the Role I Really Wanted

Your first job after college won’t be your dream job, but you’ll take it because you need it. Here’s real world advice to use experience from the job you...

Reacting to the Past: Using Gamification to Facilitate Deeper Learning

Did you know that gamification is a form of experiential learning at UT Knoxville? "Reacting to the Past," is an innovative gamification strategy, which...

UT Social Media Week -- Social Media in the Age of Sports

Sports have influenced social media and likewise, social has influenced the age of sports. Join this session to see what that means for players and sports...

Diversi-Tea

Diversi-Tea is part of an ongoing effort to facilitate communication among faculty and staff about issues related to inclusive teaching practices. In monthly...

UT Social Media Week -- The Revolution and Evolution of Marketing

At Moxie, we’ve noticed a sea change starting to occur at scale relative to how companies approach branding, advertising, and understand audiences. This...

Karen and Pace Robinson Lecture on Modern Israel -- David Ellenson

David Ellenson, a distinguished scholar of Judaism, will discuss the history of the relationship between these two states during a talk at UT at 7 p.m....

Crappie University Non-Credit Program

Five crappie fishing experts will share their strategies with Knoxville-area anglers in a non-credit Crappie University course. The course will be held on...

Career Day

Career Day is for all students. Career Day will be held on Friday, Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., in the Neyland Stadium Terrace Room. During Career Day, dozens...

Global Experiences Conference -- POSTPONED UNTIL FALL 2018

This event has been postponed until Fall 2018. Stay tuned for more information!

Borneo—A Disappearing Tropical Treasure

Borneo, the third largest island in the world, is known for its complex tropical forests, dramatic coastlines, and rich biodiversity. The land and rivers...

Tackling the Opioid Crisis

The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will host Eric Eyre, a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist with The Charleston Gazette Mail, to discuss his...

February VOLServe

The Center for Leadership and Service is hosting VOLServe on Friday February 23rd from 2:00-5:00 PM. VOLServe is a monthly community service event where we...

Vernacular Symposium

Inaugural symposium organized by the graduate students of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures. Feb 23-24 (please see website for...

Let's Talk QUAL

Ever wanted to chat more about qualitative research outside of the classroom? Here's your chance! Let's get out of our silos and Talk about thoughts,...

Jim Self Residency: Jazz Recital

Guest artist recital; Legendary tuba artist Jim Self presents a short jazz recital with UT faculty members.

CCI Experience Diversity Banquet

Annual fundraising event for CCI's Diversity Student Leaders Society featuring silent auction and entertainment.