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January 16, 2014 | Contact Us
With news about several cases of the flu throughout Tennessee this month, the staff of the Student Health Center wants to remind you of tips for avoiding and helping treat the flu. Take a moment to read over the tips here.
Students Michael Ariale, Lindsay Lee, and Joshua Smith have been selected to sit on the Disability Task Force, where they will work with faculty and staff task force members to develop ideas to enhance accessibility and inclusivity of our campus for people with disabilities.
Students are now able to download and install Microsoft Office ProPlus desktop applications at no additional cost because of UT's enterprise agreement with Microsoft.
We want to know if you are traveling to Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Winter Olympics February 6 through 23. Whether you’re participating in or watching the games, we’d like to hear from you. Your story may be featured in an upcoming publication.
The LeaderShape® Institute is an intensive and energizing six-day program, May 10 through 15. The institute is committed to producing extraordinary results in an organization while also helping college students to develop a commitment to lead with a high level of integrity.
Student Alumni Associates is looking for new members! The group focuses on building strong ties between students and alumni. Their open house will be held at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Tyson Alumni House.
The Tennessee Journalist, an online news site for UT's School of Journalism, is looking for writers for news, sports, arts and culture, and features, as well as photographers. Interested students do not have to be a journalism major. Tennessee Journalist has meetings every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Communications Building Room 246B.
The English Language Institute is seeking volunteers to serve in its spring Conversation Partners program. Partners meet on a weekly basis with ELI international students to help them practice English conversation.
Out and about in Knoxville
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is looking for a web/social media intern to promote the foundation's spring Walk for the Cure events. Contact Erin Cagney.
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