Information sciences Professor Selected for SEC Faculty Achievement Award
Carol Tenopir, chancellor’s professor and director of CCI’s Center for Information and Communication Studies, has been selected for the SEC Faculty Achievement Award representing the University of Tennessee. The award is new, and Tenopir is among the first recipients of the honor. The new award program was created to honor SEC professors with outstanding records in teaching and scholarship. + read more
CCI Students Cruise to DC and Charlotte
The Communication Studies Club and CCI’s Diversity Student Leaders Society (DSLS) took field trips to Washington, DC and Charlotte, NC during March 2012.
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A Developing Story….
“Thank A Giver” (TAG) Day at UTK celebrated the successful conclusion of the Campaign for Tennessee. However, the event did not signal the end of CCI’s work to find donors willing to invest in the college’s efforts to help the University of Tennessee become a Top 25 public research university. In the first of a three-part series focused on planned giving, Andrew Shafer, CCI development director, shares “What’s Next” for giving to CCI. + read more
CCI students will take of advantage of a wide variety of communication internship opportunities this summer at a number of different high profile companies in such locations as: New York City; Atlanta; Silver Springs, MD; Bristol, CT; Nashville; and Knoxville. + read more
Information Sciences 102 Meets Google Marketing Challenge
Searching for a way to take her INSC102 Technologies for Information Retrieval class to a new level, doctoral candidate and graduate teaching associate Becca Anderson found the solution in the Google Online Marketing Challenge (http://www.google.com/onlinechallenge/). The Challenge offers students the chance to work with small, local businesses to develop a Google+ campaign and an AdWords campaign. + read more
CCI Faculty Top Dogs
CCI Faculty accomplishments are plentiful this spring. These are some of the CCI faculty “Top Dogs”. + read more
Alumni & Friends
TOP Dog Alumni Stories
Ron Harr, CCI BOV member and Zac Ellis, 2011 JEM grad have news. Click and + read more
5 Things to know about hiking
JEM Assistant Professor Amber Roessner, who is currently teaching a First Year Studies class titled “A walk in the woods – An introduction to hiking,” discusses 5 things to keep in mind when setting out on the trail. + read more
Faculty support including faculty chairs and professorships
A diversity program endowment
Support study abroad/ internationalization programs
For the average ticket-holder, the pressbox at gametime might seem eerily quiet at first.
The silent intensity of the media professionals juxtaposes with the muffled but audible cheers of the nearly 90,000 people on the other side of the glass at the November 5 Volunteers homecoming game against Middle Tennessee State University. Sure, this is a college game, but for a seat this V.I.P., you’ve got to be a pro. + read more