Richard Marius Lecture Series 'The Hidden Story of Alexander Graham Bell's Mission to Dismantle the Deaf World' - Speaker Katie Booth "As schoolchildren we learn that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. We don’t learn that this is among the least interesting things about him. It takes a book like Katie Booth’s The Invention of Miracles to teach us that. Provocative, personal, and exhaustively researched, Booth’s book is the rare biography that completely alters a famous person’s popular image…Booth has the courage and perspective to portray her subject’s deeply flawed humanity, giving the book its poetry and tragic resonance.” - The Boston Globe Katie Booth teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh. Her work has appeared in The Believer,
National Hispanic Heritage Month
Join the Pride Center and other participating organizations for involvement/engagement opportunities geared toward students, faculty, and staff. Refreshments will be provided! Sign up your organization at tiny.utk.edu/lgbtqorgfair
This workshop introduces participants to inclusive search processes. Participants will walk away with specific tips on how to run an inclusive search, as well as thoughts on how to build a supportive and inclusive work environment.
This Was Not in the Job Description: Three Decades of Bouncing Around the Tropics Chasing Mosquitoes
A Sense of Indigenous Place