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Thursday, April 11

US Women in Nuclear 2019 Region II Conference

This conference, Wed., April 10 through Fri., April 12, will examine the “Past, Present, and Future of Nuclear." Guest speakers will discuss East...

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...

Bogue Lecture-The (Un)Intended Impacts of State Higher Education Policies

States play an important role in setting policy landscapes for higher education. Dr. Kramer will discuss the impacts of three state policies that are widely,...

Living with Wildlife, An Interdisciplinary Seminar with Krithi K. Karanth

Title: Living with Wildlife: Insights from conservation research, technology and education programs in India Dr. Krithi Karanth has been involved in...

Make Break

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the different technologies you will find at Pendergrass Library? Are you curious as to what you can make? Come visit...

 ENGINEERING: Winning Strategies for the DoD

The process of obtaining funding from the DoD and agencies other than NSF and NIH, may appear complex and daunting. However, billions of dollars of research...

Graduate Student Workshop: Making Your Writing Flow

A workshop presented by the ESL Writing Center on techniques for crafting connected, concise, reader-friendly texts, including genre conventions,...

Amy Greenberg: War for Empire: The 1846 U.S. Invasion of Mexico

UT Humanities Center 7th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series When the United States invaded Mexico in 1846, enthusiastic volunteers on both sides of the...

EPS Seminar

Speaker: Dr. David Johnston, Harvard University Title: "Reconstructing the Phanerozoic Atmosphere via Oxygen Isotopes in Marine Sulfate"

Spring Chemistry 501 Seminar

UT Host: Dr. David Jenkins Speaker: Dr. Jenny Yang, Assistant Professor, Chemistry, School of Physical Sciences, University of California, Irvine Title:...

Faculty Pub

All faculty (tenured, tenure-track, non-tenure-track, and retired) are invited to join their colleagues from across campus at the Faculty Pub. The pub will...

Lecture: Nabokov and Keats

Truth, Beauty — and Violence: Vladimir Nabokov, John Keats, and the Unmentionable. Thurs, April 11, HSS 51, 4:00-5:00pm. Dr. Stanislav Shvabrin (UNC Chapel...

Paddleboard at Sunset #1

Learn to standup paddleboard (SUP) on Knoxville’s blueways SUP provides a unique view of the river, with the vertical stance providing better viewing into...

Ashe Lecture with Ambassador Kristie Kenney

US-Asia: Opportunities and Challenges in 2019 US Ambassador Kristie Kenney will walk us through the outcomes of the US-North Korea Summit and the...

Systers Birthday Party

It's Systers' birthday party! Come join us on Thursday, April 11th at 5pm in Min Kao 6th Floor Commons. This is a time for us to celebrate all of Systers'...

Undergraduate Research Seminar Series: Ethics & Research with Human Subjects

Dr. Annette Mendola, Assistant Director & Chief of Clinical Ethics, will talk with students about the importance of ethics in research and the steps to...

Carson Young; Piano

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

Glow Up for Homelessness

Glow Up for Homeslessness is) an advocacy event on April 11, 2019 from 6pm-8pm, raising money to support the Knoxville-Knox County Coalition for the...

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...

Rob Dunn: Public Lecture

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Nationally acclaimed author and researcher Rob Dunn likes to find meaning in the world around us. His vivid descriptions of the species of...

Rob Dunn: Public Seminar

Rob Dunn, nationally acclaimed author and researcher, will present a public lecture at UT. Hosted by the UT Institute of Agriculture Department of Entomology...

Thursday, April 11