Teaching & Learning Innovation will once again host their Facilitating Undergraduate Evidence-Based Learning (F.U.E.L.) Professional Development Seminar. This highly interactive, 6-session seminar will meet virtually each Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. beginning February 3, 2021, and concluding March 10, 2021.
The Office of Multicultural Student Life’s first Diversity Dialogue of the spring semester will highlight the strength, power, and beauty in students’ hair.
A panel discussion of diverse faculty and staff will share their experiences while pursuing their degree programs. While everyone is invited to attend, the focus will be centered on challenges faced by graduate/professional students of color. Our panelists are Ferlin McGaskey, director of faculty development; Lamar Bryant, assistant dean of students; Sharon Jean-Philippe, associate professor of urban forestry; and Lisa Parker, senior lecturer and assistant director of language and world business. Please register for the event here
Dr. Charity Owings, a Haslam Postdoctoral Fellow, earned a Ph.D. in biology from Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis. Dr. Owings is characterizing the insect biodiversity at the Anthropology Research Facility, and her overall research aims to refine time since death estimations using various arthropods. Dr. Owings will give an overview of her current research program, as well as share her experiences that have brought her to conduct research at the "Body Farm." Watch the recording here: https://tennessee.zoom.us/rec/share/mTweYgd1WdGaosfT0I0Z67Zgv9kKpdWm44X6ITBc2hf8jNTisfJosLFDrbRIrW8s.eZKEXz9bIArGasS_?startTime=1613143766000