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Upcoming Events

Physics Colloquium

From Fundamental Nuclear Physics to Cancer Instrumentation: Science at Jefferson Lab Presented by Cynthia (Thia) Keppel, Hampton University The Thomas...

Adam Cordle; viola

Faculty and guest artist recital; Adam Cordle performs works written 100 years ago, in 1919. Performers reserve the right to change their program without...

Presidents Day Show at Gallery 1010

Group show by Sara Riley Douglas and Ashlee Mays. Gallery hours: 12–4 p.m. Friday–Sunday. Additional hours by appointment.

Poet Tiana Clark

Poet Tiana Clark will read as part of the University of Tennessee Creative Writing Series on Monday, February 18, at 7 PM in Strong Hall, Room 101. Clark is...

Beethoven's Violin Sonatas with Miroslav Hristov, violin and Chih-Long Hu, piano

Faculty recital; As part of Ludwig van Beethoven's 250thanniversary celebrations, Miroslav Hristov, violin and Chih-Long Hu, piano present an integral...

Gender Matters in the Atomic Age

Ionizing radiation is a feature of our natural universe. It also has important social and biological dimensions. The adoption of nuclear technologies in the...

David L. Dungan Memorial Lecture

“History and Race: The Letters of Paul in antiquity and modernity” by Laura Nasrallah. Laura is a professor of New Testement and Early Christianity at...

UT Brass Choir: Concert 1

Ensemble event; The UT Brass Choir presents a varied program of engaging music. Performers reserve the right to change their program without notice. Not all...

United at the Rock

Remember. Serve. Celebrate. United at the Rock is a time for the University of Tennessee Knoxville community to come together to Remember who we are and...

BCMB Seminar

Dr. Veronica Segarra– Department of Biology, High Point University Becoming a scientist-educator at a primarily undergraduate institution