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1502 Cumberland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37996

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The Life Skills Series:  Understanding Your Taxes

Do you want to make more informed decisions when you do your taxes? Are you getting the most on your tax returns? What resources are available and which...

1/23 5:30pm
Rudy Francisco Spoken Word Poetry

Rudy Francisco, one of the most recognizable names in Spoken Word Poetry, is coming to UT for an evening of poetry and perspective. As an artist, Rudy...

1/23 7pm
Nicole Stott: Astronaut, Aquanaut, Artist

Nicole Stott is an astronaut, aquanaut, and artist who believes that sharing the orbital and inner space perspectives has the power to increase everyone’s...

1/29 7pm
The Life Skills Series: Post College Financial Planning

Although making investments, saving for retirement, and managing your financial portfolio all seem to be in the distant future, they will be here before you...

1/30 5:30pm
Oz Pearlman

Oz is a world-class entertainer and one of the busiest mentalists in the country. He developed an interest in magic at a young age and what started as a...

1/31 7pm

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Pfiffner, S M

Pfiffner, S M left a positive review 1/15/2019

it was very enjoyable

Loo, Mikhael

Loo, Mikhael left a positive review 1/10/2019

This meeting emphasized the importance of telling the awesome stories of our faculty. The data that we collect in Elements about the accomplishments of our faculty can be used to tell good stories or bad stories. When we hear terms like "Outputs" and "Metrics" it can be triggering and cause us to think that we need to protect ourselves from misrepresentation. Data can erase our stories and even drive us off course from the things that really matter, but data can play another role to augment our stories and intertwine them with the stories of others in a larger audience. Data can harm and help.

Elements has many issues, but it does seem to offer, at it's core, something we need. It offers another opportunity for us to officially leave our mark on the University of Tennessee and even leave our mark on the world at large. It offers another chance at leaving a lasting legacy that makes a difference.

The meeting reminded me of two proverbs: "The weakest ink is stronger than the strongest memory." and "The pen is mightier than the sword."

When it comes to telling a good story, Elements may have it's weaknesses, but it is still way stronger than a brilliantly formatted word document filled with the greatest of achievements on a laptop that has to survive viruses and hardware failure for only a handful of people to ever experience it.

Jagnow, Meghan Ann

Jagnow, Meghan Ann left a positive review 1/8/2019

I loved seeing all our colleagues in the new Student Union! It was beautiful, and I liked seeing all the archived UC materials. Great job!!

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Student Union posted a photo 12/11/2018