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Friday, March 5

2021 Mid-South Agricultural Trade Conference

The Mid-South Agriculture Trade Conference will inform farmers, agribusinesses, and agriculture leaders in Tennessee and the Mid-south about the role,...

Hispanic Film Festival (I)

Documentary film. The Wall. The Effect of Imposing Presence on Immigrant Families. Stephanie Schiavenato, Meredith Hoffman, Sarah Kuck, Laura Herrero Garvín,...

Virtual Event
Intramural 4on4 Dodgeball Tourney Registration

Registration will be held from Wed Mar 3rd to Tues Mar 9th for the upcoming Intramural 4 on 4 Dodgeball Tournament. General Information: Divisions: Men's,...

Intramural Singles/Doubles Basketball Shooting Registration

Registration will be held from Wed Mar 3rd to Tues Mar 9th for the upcoming Intramural Singles/Doubles Basketball Shooting Contest Tournament. General...

Residential Community Saliva Testing for Clement Hall

Community saliva testing helps us understand the spread of COVID-19, determine whether restrictions can be lifted, preserve the on-campus experience, and...

Residential Community Saliva Testing for Laurel Hall

Community saliva testing helps us understand the spread of COVID-19, determine whether restrictions can be lifted, preserve the on-campus experience, and...

Residential Community Saliva Testing for Volunteer Hall

Community saliva testing helps us understand the spread of COVID-19, determine whether restrictions can be lifted, preserve the on-campus experience, and...

Airborne Ultrasound Inspection Level I Certification Course (Virtual Learning)

Sold Out! Airborne Ultrasound Course Level I The comprehensive Level I training classes enable participants to significantly improve their predictive...

8am
Virtual Event
Hillcrest 5th Grade 4-H Virtual Club Meeting

5th Grade 4-H Meeting at Hillcrest Elementary.

8:30am
Virtual Event
Yoga

All group fitness classes are FREE to UT students who have paid their student activities fees, and all faculty/staff who have paid membership fees to...

Yoga

All group fitness classes are FREE to UT students who have paid their student activities fees, and all faculty/staff who have paid membership fees to...

Tai Chi for Arthritis

Fifteen Session exercise program teaching Sun style Tai Chi with agile steps and slow, fluid movements to improve the quality of life for people with...

Baker Cafe: International Territorial and Maritime Disputes

From India and China to Israel to Azerbaijan and Armenia, conflicts about disputed territory abound. Similarly, countries are fighting for islands like those...

10am
Virtual Event
Photo of a rainbow ending in a pot of gold.

Where do you find a pot of gold? At the end of a rainbow, of course! But did you know that rainbows don’t really end? They are a circle even if we don’t...

TN Arbor Day Tree Planting

PLEASE NOTE: You MUST sign up for this event at THIS LINK to participate. Space is limited. WHAT: Join us on TN Arbor Day for RAIN OR SHINE tree sapling...

Smokey's Closet Open Hours

Smokey’s Closet provides free, gently used professional clothing and accessories to students at UT.

Epidemics, Societies, and Math: How Disease Changes Animal Evolution

Nina Fefferman, professor in the UT Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Mathematics and director of NIMBioS, will present “Epidemics,...

12pm
Virtual Event
Safe Zone at UT: Tier 1 Sessions

Safe Zone at UT is an educational workshop series focusing on: Basic language and terminology related to gender and sexualityAwareness and understanding of...

12pm
Virtual Event
Dr. Tristan Bridges

In this talk, sociologist Tristan Bridges (University of California-Santa Barbara) will discuss his research with both pro-feminist and anti-feminist White...

12:10pm
Virtual Event
Medieval stained glass of an Apocalyptic Elder holding a lute and a flask

The Marco Institute’s 17th annual (virtual) symposium will explore apocalyptic themes. During the course of three days, eleven leading scholars will discuss...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Killer Core

All group fitness classes are FREE to UT students who have paid their student activities fees, and all faculty/staff who have paid membership fees to...

12:45pm
Virtual Event
Criminalization and Resistance

Join us for a virtual roundtable - “Criminalization and Resistance” – presenting perspectives on the criminalization of immigrants in East Tennessee and how...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Barre & Buns

All group fitness classes are FREE to UT students who have paid their student activities fees, and all faculty/staff who have paid membership fees to...

Dr. Sebastian Timmerberg

Techno-economic aspects of international hydrogen production and transport ABSTRACT Limiting climate change requires a transformation of the energy system...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
Colloquium Seminar

SPEAKER: Giuseppe Tinaglia TITLE: ABSTRACT:

3:35pm
Virtual Event
Killer Core

All group fitness classes are FREE to UT students who have paid their student activities fees, and all faculty/staff who have paid membership fees to...

Opening Reception: Salvador Dali - The Divine Comedy

In 1957, the Italian government commissioned Dali to create a complete set of illustrations for Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy to commemorate the 700th...

On a light beige background, there is a banner w a variety of colored flags across the top section of the image. Below that is the “The Campus Events Board presents” followed by the title “CULTURE WEEK 2021” and the dates “March 1- March 5” in dark blue lettering. And to the left and right it features our Culture Week different vibrant colored hands logo. Below this in the middle section there is a schedule with every individual day of culture week in a different colored rectangle, next to blue colored rectangles featuring the location and time for each individual event. First “Monday, March 1” is in a pink rectangle and next to it is “Culture Week Kick-Off, 11AM- 3PM, Student Union”. Next, “Tuesday, March 2” in a yellow rectangle and next to it is “Misty Copeland, 7PM, Zoom”. “Wednesday, March 3rd”, in a green rectangle and next to it is “Trivia, Doors open at 5:30PM and the event starts at: 6PM, Student Union Ballroom”. “Thursday, March 4th” in a purple rectangle and next to it it “Alok Vaud-Menon, 7PM, Zoom”. Lastly, “Friday, March 5th” in a red rectangle and besides it is “CEB Cultural Celebration, 7PM, Student Union Plaza”. In the bottom left corner is the power T orange logo for the Student Engagement and in the right corner is the orange CEB logo.]

Join us for Culture Week 2021 March 1st through March 5th! Culture week, hosted by Arts and Culture, is a week filled with events that showcase and highlight...

Friday, March 5