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Upcoming Events

Second Annual HR Roadshow

Once again, Human Resources is rolling out the orange carpet and popping up shops all across campus. When you stop by the HR Roadshow you can meet with an...

12/18 11am
Resource Fair: Stalking Awareness Week

Community partners will be present for discussion and information related to stalking awareness.

1/15/2019 11am
Clickers and Classroom Technology

Clickers and Classroom Technology: Save time! During this drop-in consultation day, you can come in anytime to ask questions on clickers, Cynap, document...

1/16/2019 8am
Resource Fair: Stalking Awareness Week

Community partners will be present for discussion and information related to stalking awareness.

1/18/2019 11am
The Ordeal of Appalachia

UT Humanities Center 7th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series Part of the "Dialogues: Region and Nation" Mini-Series The southern mountains are a geological...

1/29/2019 3:30pm

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Everman, Carson Nicole

Everman, Carson Nicole left a review 11/14/2018

This movie was most definitely eye opening, and at times hard to watch. However, it was creatively crafted even if in a dark way. I felt sick watching the way the mother treated her son and just continued to hope that she would eventually respect him for who he was. I thought it was creative how the political aspects that were going on during this time in Venezuela was shown through the background almost nonchalantly. For example, comments about citizens making sacrifices for the president and what not were talked about on the tv almost as "background noise." The other piece that really caught my eye was how the mother thought she had messed up and that her son was sick because he was gay. That was something that was an issue way back when but is also still a current issue now. I do not find it coincidental that the son had more feminine characteristics and the mother had a more aggressive tone about her. I found that to be another creative way to show the underlying theme. Overall sad movie but also a powerful movie. I am glad I came out to see it.

Hayden, Joanne I

Hayden, Joanne I left a positive review 10/25/2018

She was very prepared, held kids attention.great visuals and voice, enthusiastic. Good questions followed.

Wood, Lauren Christine

Wood, Lauren Christine left a positive review 10/18/2018

Very helpful! I'm just now starting to develop a newsletter for the program I work in, and it was helpful to hear everyone share about their challenges and tips for success.

Goddard, David

Goddard, David left a positive review 10/18/2018

It was awesome to come together, hear what we're all doing, and start fostering some ideas across campus(es).

Hayden, Joanne I

Hayden, Joanne I left a positive review 9/25/2018

Did not think shebanswered students’s questions.

Hayden, Joanne I

Hayden, Joanne I left a negative review 9/5/2018

Unimpressive...... lots of whining.

Akamo, Damilola Olayinka

Akamo, Damilola Olayinka left a positive review 9/19/2018

It was an insightful moment at the event.

Barde, Aditya

Barde, Aditya left a positive review 9/19/2018

It was very helpful, Susan, my mentor was very calm and she guided through each of the steps in lucid manner.

Alapo, Lola

Alapo, Lola left a positive review 9/10/2018

This was so informative!

Jagnow, Meghan Ann

Jagnow, Meghan Ann left a positive review 9/10/2018

I loved the in-depth review of past cases that have shaped our policy. It really helps to have a higher-level conversation so that we can support and educate with our students.