On Friday, April 26, the UT Science Forum will hosted a talk by Joan Markel, Civil War Curator at the McClung Museum of Natural History.
Saturday, April 13, the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will be hosting an interactive event centered around their latest exhibit, the Splendid Treasures of the Turkomen Tribes from Central Asia. This event is free for all who attend and consists of a series of family-oriented activities pertaining to the exhibit.
On Thursday, April 11, Temple Grandin and Hal Herzog will give free public talks at the 3rd International Veterinary Social Work Summit. The talk will be given at the Knoxville Convention Center from 7p.m. to 9 p.m. Grandin and Herzog will also be selling and signing books before and after.
The Ijams Nature Center has brought volunteers together for the past twenty-four years to clean up the land around the Tennessee River.
UT Recycling department hosted the Go Green Fair today on Pedestrian Walkway. Environmental organizations on campus joined together to inform students about eco-friendly possibilities in honor of Earth Month in April. Students have displayed an excitability to be a part of this movement to better the condition of their world.
UT's Department of Physics & Astronomy is currently building a planetarium which is set to open in April.
Volunteer Research Group and New Orleans Center for Clinical Research is accepting applicants for their Healthy Male Studies. Volunteers are paid for their time, effort and inconvenience with a stipend of $200 per day spent within their in-patient study unit at UT Medical Center.