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77th Annual Student Art Competition

Begun in 1947 by C. Kermit Ewing, founder of The University of Tennessee School of Art, the annual student exhibition has become one of the oldest...

Analysis Seminar

SPEAKER: Vasileios Chousionis (University of Connecticut) TITLE: Quantitative rectifiability and singular integrals in Heisenberg groups ABSTRACT:...

Mathematical Biology Seminar

Speaker: Jessica Kingsley (UTK) Title: Modeling the Spread of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever accounting for Tick Co-feeding Abstract: Crimean Congo...

Artist Talk with Stephen Phillips: Jars of Clay

Stephen Phillips was born August 2, 1988 and raised in the small town of Crawford, MS. He attended and completed grade school at East Oktibbeha County High...

Boy sits among stacks of books in black and white coloring, holding a bright red book

From one of the most popular novels of our time. Jonas’ world is perfect. It’s safe. Controlled. Without war or pain. Without color. Where every person is...

PDE Seminar

Speaker: Professor Seick Kim (Yonsei University, South Korea) Title: On regularity of elliptic and parabolic PDEs in double divergence form Abstract: We...

Flier for Specimens and Scones at the Herbarium; Thurs. Feb. 29th, 3-5pm; 1st floor of Temple Hall; there is a photo of scones and two photos of pressed plant specimens

Come visit the UTK Herbarium and see what resources we have to offer! Not familiar with what an herbarium is? Come learn firsthand by receiving a tour from...

Flier for the spring 2024 Department of Geography and Sustainability Colloquium Series

Dr. José A. Hernández-Ayala (remote) (Sonoma State University) Title: Drought Busters: How Atmospheric Rivers Alleviated California’s Driest Period in...

2/29 3:40pm
Virtual Event
Math Junior Colloquium

Speaker: Dr. Letian Chen, University of Tennessee Knoxville Title: Minimal surfaces and the Bernstein Problem Abstract: Minimal surfaces are mathematical...

Earth & Planetary Science's Spring Seminar Series

Talk Title: "What are the Drivers of Mountain Building & Basin Evolution Along Subduction Margins? Insights from Kinematic, Flexural, & Thermal History...

A Poetics of Nature: Religious Naturalism, Multiplicities, and Affinities

Title of Lecture: A Poetics of Nature: Religious Naturalism, Multiplicities, and Affinities Abstract: I introduce an ecological aesthetic (or a poetics of...

2/29 5:30pm
Strong Hall, Room B1
Stream Available
Flyer of event with pictures of the diva (main character)

The Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago, in collaboration with UTK’s Italian Program, World Languages and Cultures, Cinema Studies, and the College of...

French Film Series

Join us to watch a movie! We will be watching "Les femmes du 6e étage" in French with English subtitles. Popcorn will be provided!

A white woman with ear-length curly brown hair smiles at the camera. Behind her on the wall is yellow poster with a black and white image of a Black man's head.

The question of how people in contexts of upheaval and displacement cope with their experiences of trauma and loss is one of enduring significance to the...

2/29 7pm
Virtual Event
Illuminating the Brain: Raman Spectroscopic Methods for Neurochemical Sensing

The UT Science Forum presents “Illuminating the Brain: Raman Spectroscopic Methods for Neurochemical Sensing,” a presentation by Bhavya Sharma, associate...

3/1 12pm
NeuroNET Seminar

Stefan van der Stigchel, University of Utrecht. Title: An embodied account of visual working memory

Dr. Heith Copes

Photo-elicitation (PEI) is a technique for soliciting responses and insights from research participants using images as stimuli. In this talk Dr. Heith Copes...

EEB Seminar "Integrating species traits and environmental history into predictive biogeography in a dynamic, patchy world"

Rob Anderson - City College of New York - hosted by Mona Papes

Opening Reception: Y'all Don't Hear Me: The Black Appalachia, an ode to Nikki

Curated by Kren the Curator This exhibition is in collaboration with Dogwood Arts and the Big Ears Festival. The exhibition title was inspired by my late...

Select Works from The Phoenix, Issue 67: Love and Torment

The Phoenix is UT's arts and literary magazine. We received so many lovely submissions, and we would like to share them in a different format. So, our staff...

Wooden sign says "Dean's Woods Wildflower Garden Botany Department University of Tennessee Please do not pick or dig plants

Annual spring clean-up of Dean’s Woods - UT’s own Native Wildflower Trail! We will supply snacks, gloves and hand tools. We are planning to remove invasive...

Y'all Don't Hear Me: The Black Appalachia, an Ode to Nikki

Curated by Kren the Curator This exhibition is in collaboration with Dogwood Arts and the Big Ears Festival. The exhibition title was inspired by my late...

Online Teaching Certification Course for Arts and Sciences Cohorts

The College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Online Learning have organized a series of asynchronous trainings for instructors and graduate students...

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Virtual Event
Donuts & Dialogue

Postdoctoral associates in the College of Arts and Sciences, please join your Divisional Deans and Associate Dean Blum in a conversation about topics and...

Dean Lee

In this colloquium titled Lattice Simulations of Nuclear Many-Body Systems, Dean Lee of FRIB/Michigan State University introduces the underlying theory and...