McClung Museum hosted 90-minute sessions designed for K-12 students to give the chance for children to experience hands-on learning.
Dr. Herman Gray gave a lecture in McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee on 20th century television broadcasting and African American coverage.
Knoxville families were invited to McClung Museum on Saturday to learn more about evolutionary science and the work of Charles Darwin in honor of Darwin’s upcoming birthday.
McClung Museum staff member Joan Markel discussed the legal system in Knoxville during the Civil War.
Dr. Neil Shubin discussed the connection between humans and fish during the lecture “Your Inner Fish,” part of McClung Museum’s annual Darwin Day celebration on Thursday.
UT’s McClung Museum was packed with students ready to hear Dr. Umar Johnson’s lecture, The Rise, Fall and Redemption of the Africa for the African’s Movement, on Wednesday. The clinical psychologist, educator and political scientist called on all African Americans to take pride in their race as part of the Pan-Africanism movement.