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Monday, April 8

Intramural Broomball Tourney Registration

Registration is open for the upcoming Intramural Broomball Tournament. General Information: Brackets: Coed, Men's, and Women's Location: TRECS and HPER...

Intramural Spikeball Tourney Registration

Registration is open for the upcoming Intramural Spikeball Tournament. General Information: Brackets: Coed Doubles, Men's Doubles, and Women's...

Innovative Teaching & Learning Conference

Teaching & Learning Innovation is pleased to present the Innovative Teaching & Learning Conference on April 8, 2019. This conference highlights the...

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...

Stroller Tour: Expressions of Nature

Join us for a morning out as our museum educator leads engaging gallery tours for parents and caregivers and their infants through four year olds. Crying and...

Elements Workshops for Experienced Users

The Office of the Provost will host workshops on April 5 and April 8, for experienced users of Elements (our Faculty Activity Reporting system), who need a...

 COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE: NEH Fellowships

This workshop will provide analytical information about how to construct a successful application for the NEH fellowship in the humanities. Architecture and...

SOLD OUT: Seed Bomb Workshop

It's time for some guerrilla gardening! Seed bombs are full of potential wrapped up in a pocket-sized ball of mud! They can make ugly, forgotten land...

Distinguished Lecture Series: William Cheng

William Cheng, Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth University, presents "...But the Nazis Love(d) Music Too." This paper explores effective,...

Jane Elliott: The Horror of Choice

UT Humanities Center 7th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series From Game of Thrones to The Revenant to Avengers Infinity War, recent American popular culture...

Physics Colloquium

Why Systems Biology Shouldn’t Work… but Does… and What Heat Capacity Can Explain about Learning Paul Wiggins University of Washington Abstract: Despite an...

Joe's Odyssey: A Modern Bard's Performance of Homer's Epic

Join the Classics Department for their 2019 Annual Haines-Morris Distinguished Lecturer, Joe Goodkin, performer of "Joe's Odyssey." Joe Goodkin's Odyssey is...

Lecture: Alyssa Kuhns

Join the College of Architecture and Design for a public lecture by Alyssa Kuhns from the UT College of Architecture and Design on Monday, April 8, 2019. Her...

Intro to Climbing & Belay

Limit 6 people. Learn how to properly climb and the use ropes to climb the top rope wall. Limit six people per session. To belay on the top rope wall, all...

Monday, April 8