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Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy

1640 Cumberland Ave., Knoxville, TN 37996

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Upcoming Events

Environmental Freight Transportation: Opportunities and Challenges

Lisa M. Ellram, Ph.D., C.P.M., CMA, is the Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Farmer School of Business, Miami University in...

3/28 1pm
New England Bound: Slavery and Colonization at the End of an Empire

What did it mean to be enslaved in seventeenth-century New England? Dr. Wendy Warren was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize because she discovered evidence...

4/1 4pm
Full Court Press with Bill Haltom

Join the Howard Baker Center in welcoming Bill Haltom, attorney, author, and award-winning newspaper columnist from Memphis, to discuss his most recent book,...

4/3 3pm
Critical Race Symposium: New Perspectives on Research and Scholar-Activism

The Critical Race Collective (CRC) Community of Scholars, an interdisciplinary group of faculty who apply critical race theory to research, teaching, and...

4/5 10am
Susan Brison: Free Speech, Social Meanings, and Narrative Selves

2019 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: PGSA @ UT PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE Saturday, April 6, 2019, 4:30-6pm Toyota Auditorium, Howard H. Baker, Jr. Center for Public...

4/6 4:30pm

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Mason, Samantha Sue

Mason, Samantha Sue left a positive review 2/5/2019

This presentation was very informative. A tough but necessary subject to go over. Was happy to see so many men and women attend. It was suprising to hear some of the statistics and am glad to know that this issue has been taken seriously.

Mcdowell, Madison Kay

Mcdowell, Madison Kay left a positive review 2/5/2019

Very informative and interesting

Kobes, Grant Austin

Kobes, Grant Austin left a positive review 9/25/2018

It was fantastic

Blaylock, Kim

Blaylock, Kim left a positive review 9/6/2018

The presentation was very enlightening, and the speaker did a great job presenting the information. The only think I would change for similar future events in that room is to somehow make what is projected on the big screen more visible by turning down the lights more.

Thanks to the School of Social Work for providing this opportunity to stay current on matters involving race relations.

Finney, Timothy Wayne

Finney, Timothy Wayne left a positive review 4/20/2018

It was great!

Turpin, Blake

Turpin, Blake left a positive review 2/7/2018

Great speaker and topic! Amazing to have someone with his experience and insight at the university!