The Center for Student Engagement, along with the Issues Committee, will be hosting a discussion presented by Nyle DiMarco on Feb. 20. This event will examine the underrepresentation of deaf people across communities.
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Dr. Shea Kidd Houze leads a discussion at this month’s Rocky Topics about natural hair and beauty.
William Egginton’s book “The Splintering of the American Mind” explores ideas about how humanities can change the face of the American education system.
McClung Museum hosted 90-minute sessions designed for K-12 students to give the chance for children to experience hands-on learning.
“Pancakes at Pendergrass” was hosted in the Pendergrass Library on Dec. 3. The event was a way for students to relax and take care of themselves as finals week starts.
UT students gear up for finals as the fall semester of 2019 comes to a close.