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October 24, 2013 | Contact Us
What better place to spend our Halloween than on campus? With more than 219 years of history, UT has everything a Halloween lover desires, from special ghost tours to zombie walks and haunted houses. Take a look at what is planned for the next week.
You won't want to miss this! Be sure to come by the McClung Museum front entrance at 10:45 a.m. tomorrow for the big reveal of UT's newest and oldest Vol.
UT's Alumni Association provides annual awards to recognize the university’s exceptional teaching. To nominate a current faculty member, submit a nomination form by November 1.
Business students will host the fourth annual Barefoot Benefit 5K at 2:00 p.m. this Sunday on Cherokee Boulevard. Participants can run or walk a 5K or one mile. All proceeds will benefit Samaritan Place, a shelter that helps low-income senior citizens.
Make plans to join the third annual Redeeming Hope Ministries Running with Hope 5K and One Mile Fun Run on November 16. Haslam Scholars will be out in force and encourage others to join them in the event to support the organization's vision for transforming Fort Sanders.
Need a little help getting your student-owned business off the ground? The Boyd Venture Fund is looking for students interested in applying for seed funding. The fall semester application deadline is November 8.
Peer career advisors are trained students who provide career assistance to other students through Career Services. Assist your peers and gain valuable communication, active listening, event planning, organizational, presentation, and consulting skills.
The Knoxville Challenger Tennis Tournament will take place November 3 through 10 at UT's Goodfriend Indoor Tennis Complex. Helen Ross McNabb Center will benefit from proceeds of the tournament. Volunters will assist with parking, court ushering, and transportation.
For more on- and off-campus volunteer opportunities, visit Sign Up to Serve.
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