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register here by Friday, March 20. The event is open to all interested faculty, staff, and students at UT, UTIA, UTGSM, and ORNL.

If you would like to present a poster associated with a biomedical research topic, or staff an information booth to provide information about your laboratory or core facility services, please register here by Friday, March 20. Posters may be presented by faculty, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students performing biomedical research at UT, UTIA, UTGSM, and ORNL. Posters associated with past or current NIH-funded projects are strongly encouraged.

Please contact Jennifer Webster (865-974-2044, jwebster@utk.edu) with questions or comments about the event.

Appalachia Community of Scholars Brown Bag on Wednesday, November 30 from 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. in room113 of Blount Hall.

Amidst a degrading environment and a globalized political economy that
has diminished life-sustaining jobs for much of the working and middle
classes, the green economy is an emergent (re)development strategy
with the potential to address both pollution and poverty. This
presentation will unpack the history of Knoxville’s green economy
development, illustrating how pressures in the local landscape and the
opening of political opportunities at the federal level enabled city
leaders to fund some of the area’s first green projects.