November 3, 2014 Faculty + Staff Newsletter | Nov. 03, 2014

upcoming dates

Nov 3 | Church Lecture: Patty Hopkins

Nov 5 | Film Series: “The Passenger” 

Nov 6 | Nashville Alumni Reception

Nov 7 | First Friday: Downtown Studio: The Role of Urban Design in Watershed Stewardship

Nov 7 | First Friday Exhibit: John McRae: Paulk & Co. 

Nov 8 | Section Cut Workshop IV: Digital Deployment

Nov 10 |  Atlanta Alumni Reception

Nov. 10 | Ewing Gallery Opening: “Color Refined

This newsletter acts as a weekly update about news and events happening for faculty and staff of the College of Architecture and Design. Every Monday we will issue this announcement. If you have entries, please submit them by noon each Friday.

faculty + staff news

The Green Oak Project,” Quest,  the UT Office of Research and Engagement. Featured story. 24 Oct. 2014. Submitted by Ted Shelton. 

Final Review Schedule. Submitted by Lisa Mullikin
Printing in the DPC for Final Reviews. Submitted by Jeff Wilkinson

AIA East Tennessee 2014 Design Awards Outcome Submitted by Jennifer Akerman

iPads in the Architectural Design Studio:  Visual notes, analysis, and diagrams Submitted by Marleen Davis.

Dialogue: “Miss Universe and Other Poems: A Presentation on Global Beauty  Friday, Nov. 07, 12:00-1:15 p.m. in A+A Room 111Submitted and organized by John McRae.

Women in Design UTK present “Boundary + Behavior” with Ryann Aoukar – Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 5:45 p.m. in A+A Room 103. Submitted by student Whitney Tidd. 

research + professional development

Distinguished Lecture Series: Securing NIH Funding and Team Science Submitted by Lisa Mullikin. The Office of Research & Engagement and the College of Nursing are pleased to announce a Distinguished Research Lecture Series presented by Dr. Kathleen Dracup, who will present two open lectures on Securing NIH Funding and Team Science. The lectures will be held Friday, November 14, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. – noon in Hodges Library, Room 213.

conferences + grants + competitions

Outstanding New Environmental Scientist (ONES) Award (R01) Submitted by Lisa Mullikin. Limited submission opportunity. The ONES program is designed to identify outstanding scientists at the formative stages of their career and assist them in launching an innovative research program with a defined impact in the environmental health sciences