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UT Violin Symposium and Suzuki Workshop

A 3-day violin workshop with master classes, lectures, concerts. Performers reserve the right to change their program without notice. Not all programs are...

Fall of Eagles

Fall of Eagles episodes: #5 "The Last Tsar" and #6 "Absolute Beginners" on the origins of the Bolsheviks.

MLK Holiday

The university is closed for the holiday.

What is Marxism? IV. Critique of Political Economy

The fetish character of the commodity is not a fact of consciousness; rather it is dialectical, in the eminent sense that it produces consciousness. . . ....

Math Biology Seminar

Speaker: Anna Sisk Title: Population and Ecosystem Approaches in Biology (chapter 1, Loreau, From Populations to Ecosystems)

Canvas: Tips & Tricks

During this one-hour Canvas Tips & Tricks session, we will reveal and illustrate for you several lesser-known features and strategies that can help you more...

OLEDs – Beyond Displays

MATERIALS SEMINAR Department of Materials Science & Engineering Tuesday January 21, 2020 9:45 – 10:45AM ~ Ferris Hall 502 Please join us for refreshments at...

Scott Retterer.

Title: "Exploring the Plant-microbe Interface, Emerging Techniques for Controlling and Monitoring Dynamic Changes in Developing Multi-Kingdom...

Chancellor Plowman Hosts Drop-In Office Hours

Chancellor Donde Plowman is hosting drop-in office hours in the Student Union. No appointment necessary.

Spanish Language Practice

Always wanted to learn another language? Want to work on perfecting your second language? Or maybe you are just looking for a little taste of what languages...

Study Abroad is For You

At UT, 20% of students are studying abroad before they graduate and reaping the benefits. Why not you? Hear from a diverse panel of UT students about their...

TCE Ambassadors Information Session

The Tickle College of Engineering is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 class of the Tickle College of Engineering Ambassadors. Founded in 2004,...

Derek Hawkes; Trombone

Guest artist recital; Derek Hawkes, 2nd trombonist of the Nashville Symphony, presents a short recital featuring works by Grondahl, Schumann, Strauss,...

English Language Practice

Always wanted to learn another language? Want to work on perfecting your second language? Or maybe you are just looking for a little taste of what languages...

January Faculty Lunch

The Faculty Senate, with the help of the Chancellor’s office and the President’s office, has initiated a free lunch series for faculty to gather, get to know...

Summer Study Abroad: Intermediate German Language in Freiburg

Earn 6 credit hours of intermediate German language in only 4 weeks this summer in Freiburg, Germany's sunniest city! Take advantage of the sunshine and...

International Coffeehouse

During the fall and spring semesters, the International House hosts an International Coffeehouse almost every Wednesday. This program provides a casual...

Tara Marsten

Title: "The Production and Application of Radionuclides for the Treatment of Cancer" Abstract Clinicians rely on nuclear medicine for the treatment of...

Accessibility & UDL: Enhancing Video Learning with Captions

Captioning, once thought to be exclusively for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, has well researched benefits for ALL learners. Indeed, captions...

Analysis Seminar

Speaker: Mike Frazier Title: Poincare inequalities and Matrix weights Abstract: The first talk will be an introduction to Poincare inequalities for...

How to Teach Online: Certification Seminar for Graduate Students

Increasingly, higher education institutions are requiring their instructors to be able to effectively teach online. During this seminar, participants will...

Budget Allocation Model Open Office Hours

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor David Manderscheid and Senior Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Chris Cimino are holding open office hours to...

Destructive Testing on the Cytoskeleton: Probing Mechanics of Cell Division by Laser Ablation

BCMB 601 Seminar - Destructive Testing on the Cytoskeleton: Probing Mechanics of Cell Division by Laser Ablation. Mary Elting, Department of Physics, NC...