Announcing the Library Scholarship Winner, Onyx Bard

The Red and Theresa Howse and Jim and Betty Papageorge Library Scholarship provides tuition assistance to a student library worker. The scholarship was created by Beth Howse Baldwin (Business Administration, ’82) in memory of her parents, Red and Theresa Howse, and in honor of her aunt and uncle, Betty and Jim Papageorge. The wonderful memories … Continued

Congrats to Spring 2023 Graduating Library Student Workers!

Spring graduation ceremonies at the University of Tennessee take place May 18-20. UT Libraries takes the opportunity to recognize library student assistants who are graduating this semester and to celebrate their hard work and accomplishments. Drew Borucki: Borucki is graduating with a Master of Science in Social Work with a certificate in Trauma. As a … Continued

De-Stress for Success During Finals

Watch your grades grow this year during UT Libraries’ De-Stress for Success during finals week! Come to Devine, Hodges, or Pendergrass Libraries for relaxing activities, snacks, and more. George F. Devine Music Library: Rock Painting Thursday, May 11, 3pm–5pm Monday, May 15, 3pm–5pm Tuesday, May 16, 3pm–5pm HABIT dogs: Wednesday, May 10, 3pm–4pm Tuesday, May … Continued

Library Faculty Take Campus Leadership Roles

Two library faculty members are contributing their leadership skills to making UT Knoxville an even better educational institution. Teresa Walker recently participated in the inaugural class of the Chancellor’s Leadership Academy. Anna Sandelli is serving as a University Honors Faculty Fellow in the Division of Student Success. The Chancellor’s Leadership Academy was an eight-month professional … Continued

Digital Collections — Knoxville Gardens: 100 Years Ago

Revisit enchanting gardens of yesteryear in the Knoxville Garden Slides. This digital collection of hand-colored lantern slides dating from the late 1920s and early 1930s is freely available for browsing on the UT Libraries website. Images in the collection depict ornamental gardens in the Knoxville area and feature a variety of garden styles, plants, flowers, … Continued

Torch Night: Symbolically Passing the Torch

To members of the University of Tennessee community, the torch represents the Volunteer spirit of service and leadership. Torch Night is the backdrop for a longstanding campus tradition of symbolically passing the torch of Volunteer ideals to each new generation of students. Weather permitting, the May 17, 2023, Torch Night: A Farewell to Thee will … Continued

Open Library of Humanities Partnership Supports Open Sharing of Research

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has joined the Open Library of Humanities’ Library Partnership Subsidy system. The partnership helps support open access to scholarship in the humanities. Access to research and knowledge that serves the public good is central to the mission of UT Knoxville. Making research and scholarship created at the university immediately available … Continued