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Tennessee Cello Workshop

The Tennessee Cello Workshop (TCW) is an extensive three-day exploration and celebration of cello playing and music making. With more than 150 cellists from...

Airborne Ultrasound Inspection Level I Certification Course

UE Systems Course Description: Level I Conforming to the classroom requirement of ASNT Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A and in accordance with ISO 18436-8 ,...

Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India

The McClung Museum's special exhibition, Many Visions, Many Versions, showcases works from four major indigenous artistic traditions in India: the Gond and...

Visual Trumpery: How Charts Lie and How They Make Us Smarter

The English word “trumpery” means worthless nonsense, something that is showy and deceitful at the same time. Trumpery can occur in text, verbally, or...

Xenophobia and the Migrant Crisis in the Middle East

The Baker Cafe Series is an informal discussion about various topics. Guests are encouraged to ask questions that pertain to the topic and gain insight...

EECS Faculty Candidate Seminar- Dr. Jacob Chakareski

Title: Networked Virtual And Augmented Reality: The New Frontier Abstract: Virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) hold tremendous potential to advance our...

NetZero: Four Projects from the UT Institute for Smart Structures

Professor James Rose, director of the UT Institute for Smart Structures in the School of Architecture and Design, will present "NetZero: Four Projects from...

Smokey's Closet Hours

Need a new outfit for a job interview or internship? Smokey’s Closet provides free, gently used professional clothing for students. Smokey's Closet is...

Free Store Pop-Up

As part of Week 3 of RecycleMania, swing by the Free Store to grab clothes, shoes, accessories, school supplies, kitchen amenities, and more, all for FREE!...

"Eugenics, Politicide, and Genocide: From Ángel Pulido Fernández's El cáncder comunista (1921) to Franco's White Terror (1936-1945)"

Vernacular Symposium Keynote Lecture given by Jennifer Smith of Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

Natural Immersion: Overlooked Relics by Juniper Teffeteller at Gallery 1010

Natural Immersion: Overlooked Relics is an exhibition of appreciated and illustrated objects by Juniper Teffeteller. Opening reception: 6:00–9p.m., Feb....

75 years of Oak Ridge

An evening with the Oak Ridge Historian and one of the Calutron Girls

CCI Experience Diversity Banquet

The College of Communication & Information is holding its 11th annual Experience Diversity Banquet, hosted by the CCI Diversity Student Leaders Society....

King Charles III

Queen Elizabeth II has died. After a lifetime of waiting, Prince Charles is finally King. How will he reign? And what do his children think about his...

Vol Night Long: February 2019

We don't know the theme yet, but we know it'll be fun! Join UT's Campus Events Board for a Friday night of free food, games, activities, giveaways, and...

Society of Women Engineer's Tomorrow's Engineers Today

Every year the Society of Women Engineers hosts a one day event for middle and high school girls to learn and get excited about a career in STEM. This event...

Tomorrow's Engineers Today (TET)

Every year we host a one day event for middle & high school girls to learn & get excited about a career in STEM. This event includes: fun experiments,...

Eighth Annual Undergraduate Classics Research Conference

Undergraduate students from across the country will present their research on a variety of topics in the Classical world ranging from Greek poetry to ancient...

Lecture: “I’m Still Here—Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness.”

Lecture in Nashville sponsored by the College of Social Work Nashville Campus. Note: Time is 11 am to 12:30 pm CST. Austin Channing Brown's first book I'm...