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changing course

  • Karen Armsey from HABIT stops by WUOT with her pal Shiloh. HABIT is a community group of volunteers that work together to promote the bond between people and animals.
  • Gretchen Neisler, vice provost for international affairs, sits down with Todd Steed to talk about International Education Week, the Center for Global Engagement and the importance of international experience for UT students. To learn more about International Education Week, visit here.
  • Catey McCLary talks with Todd Steed about Tremont Writers Conference and the upcoming Forum on Writing the Appalachians.
  • Chloe Levering talks with WUOT intern Sam Hastings about pursuing a career in the sports media industry. Chloe is a member of the Pride of the Southland Marching Band, an intern for VFL Films, and was just named WUTK 90.3 The Rock's first female sports director for the 2023-24 academic year.
  • UT professor of English Misty Anderson explains the new treatment of Cato, a classic play that inspired the American troops in the Revolutionary War. For more information on the play visit here.
  • Kumi Alderman returns to WUOT to share details of the expanded Knox Asian Festival on August 26.
  • UT alumnus Charley Collier sat down with WUOT intern Sam Hastings to discuss his early passion for sports broadcasting, which played a pivotal role in shaping his choice to enroll at UT, and ultimately paved the way for his current accomplishments in the radio industry.
  • Regina Dean sat down with Todd Steed to discuss her 28 years at WUOT. Regina shares some of the changes she's seen, the people who've made a difference to her and WUOT, and what led her to Knoxville.
  • Mark Hairr and Jay Price discuss the latest developments on campus EV charging stations. Mark Hairr is the Director of Parking and Transit Services and Jay Price is the Sustainability Manager in the Office of Sustainability.
  • Samantha Flowers explains to Todd Steed how supporters can subscribe to a healthy array of locally grown produce. More information here.