Knoxville Videos

Advertising Students Present Projects to McCormick CEO

Seniors in the UT Knoxville College of Communication and Information’s advertising campaigns class recently got a taste of the real world that was a bit “spicier” than they expected. During the semester, student teams were tasked with creating ad campaigns for McCormick & Co., the nationwide spice and flavorings retailer. But when the teams presented [...]

Volunteers Rock the World and Habitat for Humanity

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students and Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek join together to help build a house with Habitat for Humanity. Each semester, hundreds of UTK students show we are known as the Volunteers.

Ron Paul – Iowa Regional Conference

Join Congressman Ron Paul, Campaign for Liberty, and other speakers including Tom Woods, Bob Murphy, and Bruce Fein in Des Moines, Iowa on May 14-16 for our Iowa Regional Conference and Forum on the Future of Conservatism. Our grassroots political training classes are available at our lowest price ever – only $59! For more details [...]

Ron Paul, Hardball – 04/22/10

On Thursday, April 22, 2010, Congressman Paul appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball to discuss the tea parties and why more government intervention will not solve the challenges facing our nation.

C4L News: Taxes

Campaign for Liberty’s Kevin Brett reports on where income tax revenues go, proposals to do away with the 16th Amendment and the income tax, and the growing movement for lower taxes and less government.

Ron Paul – Fox Business, 04/19/10

On Monday, April 19, 2010, Congressman Paul was interviewed on Fox Business’ “Varney & Co.” concerning financial regulatory reform legislation and how the Federal Reserve and our current regulatory system encourage corruption in our economy.

Alex Haley Statue in Morningside Park, Knoxville Tennessee

Avon Rollins talks about why the Alex Haley statue is in Knoxville and legacy that he left behind.

Ron Paul – Fox News, 04/12/10

On Monday, April 12, 2010, Congressman Ron Paul appeared on Fox News’ “Happening Now” to discuss the SRLC straw poll and his upcoming legislation to end the federal health care mandate.

Parenting Apart

Boomsday goes Green, Knoxville Tn

Knoxville Tennessee goes green with Boomsday for the Pepsi Refresh Project.

School Exercise Balls

Kids spend a lot of time sitting in school, but what if those moments could actually be used to increase their fitness? Students at a Tennessee elementary school have some out-of-the-ordinary seating arrangements during lessons.

4-H Service Projects

2010 marks the 100th year of 4-H in Tennessee. As part of the Centennial, many 4-Hers around the state are performing 100 hours of service in their communities.

Teacher Exercise

Teachers in one Tennessee district are talking physical fitness – not just for their students, but for themselves. UT Extension has a program where teachers work to improve their own health.

Research Week and the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EUReCA)

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is committed to fostering undergraduate research. Research Week is dedicated to showcasing the scholarly work and talents the students have achieved. The week culminates with the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EUReCA) and the Awards Ceremony honoring the most outstanding researchers in each division.

Marilyn Kallet — Poet and Performer

Marilyn Kallet is an English professor with a passion for writing, teaching, and performing. She is the author of fourteen books, including the recently published Packing Light: New and Selected Poems. In this video, Marilyn performs five poems (“Packing Light,” “Fig Bread,” “Aimable,” “Jonah on Oprah,” and “Saying Goodbye’) and talks about her inspirations.

Yilu Liu, Tennessee Governor’s Chair

Yilu Liu, an electrical engineer specializing in smart-grid technologies in electrical power production and distribution, was appointed to the Governors Chair for power electronics. Lius work focuses on developing new and better ways to monitor and understand the flow of electrical energy through the nations power grid.

Tom Zawodzinski, Tennessee Governor’s Chair

Thomas Zawodzinski specializes in energy issues. His focus, however, is on ways to make fuel cells and other energy storage technologies more durable over time and how to ensure that the cells function properly at high temperatures. He works to improve the basic mechanics of the chemical reactions in fuel cells and batteries. As a [...]

Jeremy Smith, Tennessee Governor’s Chair

Jeremy Smith was the first Tennessee Governor’s Chair and is a molecular biophysicist at the Joint Institute for Biological Sciences. Smith specializes in cross-disciplinary work in computational biology, biophysics, and chemistry. His work has focused recently on using neutronscattering to study bioremediation and protein-folding.

Howard Hall, Tennessee Governor’s Chair

Howard Hall is the Tennessee Governors Chair for global nuclear security. Hall is a nuclear chemist who explores ways to detect and control illicit radioactive materials. He also focuses on methods for responding to and recovering from nuclear incidents.

Frank Loeffler, Tennessee Governor’s Chair

Environmental microbiologist Frank Loeffler serves as the Tennessee Governors Chair in microbiology and civil and environmental engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Loefflers research centers on discovering ways to clean the environment, counter the damage humans do to ecosystems, and improve environmental health. He studies how naturally occurring bacteria break down pollutants like chlorinated [...]

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