For more information about 2019 Sessions and Presenters, please see HERE.
The registration form is HERE.
Deadline for registration is Saturday, September, 14 2019.
Keynote speaker: Ryan Windeknecht is a Senior Lecturer of Philosophy, an Office of Information Technology Faculty Fellow, and a founding member of the Simulations + Gaming + Role-Playing Community of Scholars at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Using game-based learning, Ryan designs tabletop role-playing games to help teach undergraduate philosophy. His current project, World of Philosophers, was created for his Professional Responsibility course and is a hack of the award-winning tabletop role-playing game, Dungeon World, by Sage LaTorra and Adam Koebel. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys playing Dungeons & Dragons, watching Cartoon Network, and oscillating between hope and despair over American politics.
For a sneak peek into this year’s Keynote Activity, see HERE.
BIG Orange STEM Saturday for Educators (EduBOSS) is a free professional development opportunity for education professionals in East Tennessee.
It will take place on Saturday, September 28th 2019 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Registration will be forthcoming.
EduBOSS will include:
- a free lunch for those who register
- bags with informational materials
- prizes and more!
*Partially funded by the UTK Office of Research and Engagement
Please contact Thura Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Graduate Commons Officially Open
The long-awaited space just for graduate students in Hodges Library is now officially open to all graduate students.
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Lunch and Learn: Difficult Conversations on Supporting First-generation StudentsOct. 23 @ 12pmJohn C Hodges Library - 605
Foreign & Independent Film: SolarisNov. 5 @ 7pmJohn C Hodges Library - Lindsay Young Auditorium, 101
Make BreakNov. 14 @ 1pmPendergrass Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine Library - Makerspace