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Collecting Histories

The UT Downtown Gallery is pleased to present Collecting Histories - 50 years of collections from Floyd Jones and Mary Sabol. Floyd and Mary are UT Alumni...

Controlling membrane lipid composition and asymmetry to investigate membrane organization

BCMB 601 Seminar-Controlling membrane lipid composition and asymmetry to investigate membrane organization. Erwin London, Department of Biochemistry and Cell...

Distinguished Lecture Series: Music Theory

Michael Callahan, chair of music theory at Michigan State University, presents his lecture on theory pedagogy, experiencing music analysis by embracing the...

Jake Byrd; guitar

Senior recital Performers reserve the right to change their program without notice. Not all programs are determined prior to the performance. To view...

Sex Ed Trivia Night

Join a group of Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS) students for a night of educational fun about issues related to sex education, including STIs and sexual...

VOLiente: Salsa/Bachata Dance Lessons!

The mission of VOLiente is to provide students at the University of Tennessee Knoxville and the local community with an opportunity to learn the fundamentals...

Geoffrey Herd Studio Recital

Studio recital; Violin students of Geoffrey Herd perform works that they have studied throughout the semester. Performers reserve the right to change their...

Rootedness: Quantifying the Impact of Place on Language in Appalachia

Invited Linguistics Talk by Dr. Paul Reed of University of Alabama Practically everyone notices regional linguistic variation – from ancient grammarians to...

Summer Study Abroad: Intermediate Spanish Language in Seville Info Session

Immerse yourself, this summer, in a classic Spanish setting and earn 6 credit hours of intermediate Spanish language. Seville, located in the south of...

Alan Theisen; saxophone & Marianne Parker; piano

Guest artist recital; Enjoy an exciting recital program of new works for saxophone and piano by composer/saxophonist Alan Theisen and pianist Marianne...

A Tale of Two Wells: Evidence for the Missing Infants in Ancient Greece

The 13th Harry C. Rutledge Memorial Lecture in Archaeology presents Maria Liston, "A Tale of Two Wells: Evidence for the Missing Infants in Ancient...

Why it Matters that Bacteria Get Sick Too

Alison Buchan, Fite Professor in the UT Department of Microbiology, will present “Why it Matters that Bacteria Get Sick Too” Friday, November 22. Viruses...

Roger Ames talk: "Confucian Role Ethics: A Challenge to the Ideology of Individualism"

Confucian role ethics begins from a relationally constituted conception of person, takes family roles and relations as the entry point for developing moral...

The Influence of Kindness and Community in Broadening Participation in STEM Careers

Dr. Mica Estrada from the University of California, San Francisco will be speaking. African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans are historically...

Earth & Planetary Sciences Seminar

Speaker: Dr. Jeff M. Moore, NASA Ames Research Center Title: "The Geology of the Pluto System"

Ubiquitous by Sarah Miller at Gallery 1010

Subliminal messages in oil. Paintings by Sarah Miller

Away Football Game at Missouri

Follow the Orange & White Pep Band to Columbia as we take on Missouri. Go Vols!

Rylee Worstell; mezzo-soprano and Dustin Lin; piano

Junior recital Performers reserve the right to change their program without notice. Not all programs are determined prior to the performance. To view...

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker with the UT Symphony Orchestra and the Oak Ridge Civic Ballet Association.

What is Marxism? III. Bonapartism

+ Karl Korsch, "The Marxism of the First International" (1924) Marx, Inaugural address to the First International (1864), pp. 512–519 Marx, selections...

Chamber Singers Outreach Concert

Ensemble event; The UT Chamber Singers Outreach concert in collaboration with the Farragut Presbyterian Chancel Choir. Performers reserve the right to...

Coffee Breaks: Fall 2019

Join us for informal discussions on politics, current events, and the latest issue of the Platypus Review! Open to the public, new attendants encouraged....

PRINTKITE: an exhibition by Professor Koichi Yamamoto

In 2015, we hosted the SGC International Conference in Knoxville, which was attended by over 1,700 delegates. This year for the 2020 SGC International...

Microbiology Seminar Series

Seminars with guest speakers for Microbiology every Monday. (Holidays and University closings excluded.) Mossman building, room 202, at 3:30pm.

Physics Colloquium

Model Systems for Microbial Ecology Presented by KC Huang of Stanford University Abstract The past decade has seen an explosion in characterization of how...