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Thursday, February 13

Dollar Sign

If you register for a 1st Session class between January 22, 2020 and the end of the semester, you will be assessed a Final Registration Fee of $200.00.

Dollar Sign

If you register for a Full Session class between January 22, 2020 and the end of the semester, you will be charged a Final Registration fee of $200.00.

IM Table Tennis Tourney Registration

Registration is open for IM Singles & Doubles Table Tennis Tournament. General Information: Brackets: Coed Doubles, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles, Men's...

UTK Print Club Valentine's Day Sale

The UTK Print Club will hold its annual Valentine’s Day sale on Wednesday and Thursday, February 12–13 in the Art and Architecture Building, on the second...

Social Media in the Data Economy: Public Interest Concerns

Dr. Candace White, Fellow with the Global Security Program and a distinguished professor in the College of Communication and Information, UTK will discuss...

hands cutting out a cardboard heart

Come stop by our table to make your favorite person a valentine made out of materials being reused or recycled! We will have an array of materials to create...

UT LEAD Food Drive!

Help end hunger on Rocky Top by donating nonperishable food items. We will be stationed in Clement and Massey Halls for 4 days taking your donations. You...

Brown Bag Seminar - Jon Garthoff

"Sentience: Consciousness and Sensation in the Foundations of Ethical Theory"

Transfer Information Session

Looking to be a future maker? UT students who have not declared a major and those looking to transfer are invited to learn about careers in design at the...

Understanding the Role of Micromobility Devices in the Urban Landscape: An Atlanta Case Study

Dockless electric scooters were first introduced to the world in September 2017 in Santa Monica, California by the startup company Bird and have quickly...

DE seminar: Yuan Gao; Duke University

Title: Dislocations and beyond: nonlocal Ginzburg-Landau systems and complex Burgers equation Dislocations are important line defects in crystalline...

Presentations: Creating Effective Posters that will get Your Topic Noticed

Sometime during the semester, you'll need to create a poster for a class presentation or a conference poster session. In this short workshop, you'll learn...

Vols Vote in the Primaries

Early Voting for the Presidential Primaries is February 12-25. Don't miss your chance to have a say in the future of our country! Meet at the main entrance...

Frederick Douglass Day Plenary Talk

Professor Derrick Spires (Cornell University) on Frederick Douglass and Black Citizenship geared toward undergraduates a presentation to kick off the...

Dr. Francis McCubbin, NASA Johnson Space Center

Speaker: Dr. Francis McCubbin, NASA - Johnson Space Center Title: "Petrology and Geochemistry of Mercury, Our Enigmatic Innermost Planet"

Spring Chem501 Seminar

UT Host: Dr. Thanh Do Speaker: Dr. Facundo Fernandez Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Georgia Institute of Technology Title: “New Developments in...

Palentines Day Party

Come join friends for food, candy, and fun! Bring your cheesiet pick up line and participate in a cheesiest pick up line contest!

Austin Channing Brown, author of  I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness

The UT College of Social Work Social Justice Innovation Initiative is sponsoring an evening with Austin Channing Brown. She will offer insights based on her...

Lecture: Foragers and Farmers of East Tennessee, 5000-1500 Years Ago

Presented by Kandi Hollenbach, Associate Curator of Paleoethnobotany at the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture and Assistant Professor for UT's...

Pride of the Southland Band with Nashville Symphony Orchestra

Members of the Pride of the Southland Band will be performing at the Boudleaux & Felice Bryant Centennial Celebration with the Nashville Symphony honoring...

Tennessee at LSU - Women's Basketball

University of Tennessee Women's Basketball at LSU TV: SECN+ (Online) Radio: Lady Vol Network Streaming Audio

Thursday, February 13