University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Found in 284 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a list of graduate students attending the University of Tennessee's Graduate School in August of 1945. It includes each student's name, a record of his or her bachelor degree (with dates and conferring institution), major, and thesis title. The collection also houses a list of graduates with bachelor degrees in other colleges.
This collection contains two packets advertising the UTK Department of Graphic Design's 2000 Senior Show. Each packet includes invitations to the Show (held at the Foundry in Knoxville on April 28, 2000), a map, a list of student participants, and a group of cards containing graphic designs, student names, and quotations.
This collection features several drawings drawn by Hal Ernest as a child during World War II.
This collection houses photographs, newspaper clippings, official documents, correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, notebooks, printed materials, and subject files documenting Harcourt Alexander Morgan's life and work as President of the University of Tennessee and as Agricultural Specialist for the Tennessee Valley Authority.
This collection houses an obituary for Professor Harry M. Jennison, who died in 1940. It was originally published in the Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science.
This collection houses programs of study, including Public Health, School Health, and Safety, offered by the Health and Safety Department between 1974 and 1976.
This collection houses a space summary and report for the Hesler Biology Building renovation project. It describes the architectural features and services of each department, classroom, and office as well as total occupancy for each room and the equipment provided.
This collection contains a Christmas Hill-O-Gram sent out to the University of Tennessee's staff and faculty. It bears the signatures of many of the University's employees, including president James D. Hoskins, John C. Hodges, Charles Ferris, L. R. Hesler, Nathan W. Dougherty, Ralph Dunford, and Charles Perkins.
This collection houses two copies of an advertisement for the Annual University of Tennessee Holiday Craft Show, which was scheduled for November 28-29, 2006 in the University Center Ballroom.
This collection houses photographs, legal documents, correspondence, blueprints, and other materials documenting the history and donation of Hopecote to the University of Tennessee. The images include exterior and interior views, the Hopecote Advisory Committee, donors, antiques, floor plans, and brochures. The legal documents include renovation plans, appraisal information and forms, and donor information.
These materials document the dedication of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy's building on October 31, 2008. Among the items included are the dedication program, a commemorative paperweight given to invited guests, a Baker Center brochure, a Baker Center museum guide, a Knoxville News Sentinel insert discussing the opening, and two copies of the February 2009 News from the Howard Baker Center.
This collection houses a three-volume report documenting the state of the University of Tennessee's Interdisciplinary Programs in 1995.
This brochure lists the events that the Issues Committee planned to host during the fall of 1997, including a nuclear physicist lecturing on UFO’s, an animal rights panel discussion, a lecture on ethnic and religious conflict in Latin America, and a lecture on leadership by New York Governor George Pataki. The brochure also provides a list of the Committee's officers and members.
This collection includes three photos of Joseph Madison "Mat" McCallie from his time at the University of Tennessee, three medals awarded to him, one pair of epaulets, a pamphlet entitled "A Farm Boy in East Tennessee, 1863-1882" which details his life, and issues of the Chi Delta Crescent.
This collection houses a letter of recommendation that James D. Hoskins wrote for N. H. Bright and sent to the high school at Bernice, Louisiana in 1912.
This collection houses two letters from James D. Hoskins to Elizabeth A. Lockwood. In the 1946 letter, Hoskins briefly discusses his resignation from the office of the presidency.