Last week, UT’s chapter of Collegiate 4-H hosted its first Spring Hoedown in the Hollingsworth Auditorium on UT’s Agriculture Campus. All money raised will help start a scholarship fund.
On Wednesday, March 31, Dr. Rachel Dwyer discussed the implications of watching Hindu films with religious undertones. According to Dwyer, movie viewers can catch a glimpse into Hindu values.
Students gathered in the Alumni Memorial Building to hear Hydeia Broadbent’s personal struggle with HIV, in hopes of learning more information on HIV on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Dr. J.E. Moersh spoke on Friday, Feb. 24 about Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and how it’s becoming a more common way to study Earth-like landscapes.
In another celebration of Black History Month, Dr. Williams addressed the intersection of race, justice and mass incarceration for the black community covered in the documentary “13th.”
Dr. Grissino-Mayer pinpoint the leading four factors that contributed to the quick spread of November 2016 fires at the UT Science Forum on Friday, Feb. 10.