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Thursday, March 7

Great Women Wear Orange

An Exhibition celebrating UTK Women of Impact: From Past and Present

Intramural Sand Volleyball League Registration

Registration is open for the upcoming Intramural 4 on 4 Sand Volleyball League. General Information: Divisions: Coed, Men's, and Women's Location:...

Intramural Softball League Registration

Registration is open for the upcoming Intramural Softball League. General Information: Divisions: Coed, Men's, and Women's Location: Sutherland Avenue...

Women Champions of Vision and Courage

An Exhibition Celebrating Women of Impact: From Past and Present

MARCON 2019

Join us as companies share their best practices, and information on new and emerging technologies, methods and techniques in the area of Reliability and...

NED Talk-"Fruving the World: A Social Marketing and Environmental Change Intervention

Join the Graduate Nutrition Student Associaton as they host a series of Nutrition faculty research presentations as part of the Nutrition Education Discourse...

Exhibition: 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...

Grad Finale Event

Grad Finale takes place twice a year, in the Fall and the Spring. This is the time to get all your supplies for graduation! During the Grad Finale event, you...

Introduction to QuestionPro

Introduction to QuestionPro: In this hands-on workshop, you will create and deploy a web-based survey using QuestionPro. Basic question construction (single...

Conversations That Matter with Jess Pettitt

The Division of Student Life, in partnership with the Student Life Diversity Committee, invites you to join us for: Intent vs. Impact. Better connections...

Difficult Conversations about Gender in the Workplace

Featuring a panel of professional women, the conversation will be about the empowerment of all genders in the workplace from a feminist point of...

Inducing Demand: Why Consumer-Level Approaches to Conservation Often Fail

Dr. Richard York is a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of Oregon. He does both theoretical and empirical work in the areas...

The Fundamentals of Rubric Development

Would you like to use a rubric to assess some of your course assignments, but struggle with creating a strong instrument? Participants of this session will...

  Open Forum for TCE Faculty & Staff with Janis Terpenny, Candidate for Dean

The search committee for the position of dean of engineering invites faculty and staff of the Tickle College of Engineering to an open forum to meet...

"Robert Hooke's Prosthetic Gods" - Lynn Festa

Sponsored by the Transatlantic Enlightenment Seminar Tasked with the fabrication of instruments in his capacity as curator of experiments for the Royal...

Earth & Planetary Sciences Seminar

Speaker: Dr. Cynthia Ebinger, Tulane University Title: "Earthquakes Within Continental Plates: How, Where, and Why it Matters"

Small Group Q&A for Students with Janis Terpenny, Candidate for Dean

The search committee for the position of dean of engineering invites students of the Tickle College of Engineering to a small group Q&A session to meet...

Undergraduate Research Seminar Series: How to Write an Abstract

Dr. Kirsten Benson, Director of the Writing Center, will share tips and strategies for writing an effective and compelling abstract for research projects and...

Hindu Studies Lecture-Dr. Susan Wadley

Hindu Studies Lecture Dr. Susan Wadley Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019 Location: McClung Museum Auditorium, 5:30-7:00pm Title: From Powerful Goddesses to...

Lecture: Susan Wadley, From Powerful Goddesses to Modern Women: Mithila's Artists Paint for the 21st Century

As a part of programming related to special exhibition, Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India, Susan Wadley, Professor of...

Screening of RBG

Join the Commission for Women for a screening of RBG followed by a discussion of Supreme Court Justice. Moderated by Briana Rosenbaum, Associate Professor of...

UT and KSO to Celebrate Release of Digital Music Files: David Van Vactor

The Library Society of the University of Tennessee and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the newly digitized David Van Vactor Music Collection....

Honduras Month: Lempira Restaurant Trip

Hosted by the Latin American Student Organization, this trip will allow for community members to engage with local Central American cuisine in Knoxville.

Intro to Indoor Lead Climbing

Limited to 2 students/clinic. With hands on practice over 2 hours, learn the essentials of indoor lead climbing and lead belay. From how to clip bolts and...

Nicolette Caswell and Kirstine Anderson; soprano

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

Photography as a Business

Learn what it takes to run a successful and profitable photography business in this new course offered by UT Conferences & Non-Credit Programs. Instructor...

Culture Week Fashion Show

Join Campus Events Board for our Culture Week Fashion Show!

Detroit '67

Summer, 1967. When the 12th Street riots erupt after a raid on an unlicensed after-hours bar, the fate of the once booming blue collar town takes a turn for...

Visiting Artist Lecture: Brandon Ballengée

Brandon Ballengée, an artist, biologist, and environmental educator based in Louisiana, will visit UT March 7–8. On Thursday at 7:30 p.m., he will deliver a...

Arthur Greene Plano; Piano

Arthur Greene, Professor of Piano at the University of Michigan performs a Guest Artist Recital Performers reserve the right to change their program without...

Thursday, March 7