Uncovering UT is the class project of the JEM 499 Business and Future of Journalism course (Fall 2014) in the School of Journalism and Electronic Media at the University of Tennessee.
This book was conceived to give the seniors in the journalism program at UT a chance to produce an interactive, multimedia book that would be focused around a central idea: what are some of the interesting things about the University of Tennessee that people might not know about.
We selected 10 programs, centers or activities, but, of course, there are many, many others.
The book is published in two volumes (because of file size). This first volume includes chapters on the UT Culinary Program, the new SEC Network studio at UT, the Center for Equine Veterinary Research, and UT’s Forensic Anthropology program.
The second volume includes chapters on the the Center for Physical Activity, the Science Alliance, the Center for the Study of War and Society, McClung Museum, and the Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature.
Each of the chapters of this book was produced by a team of students, and the final section in each chapter tells you who those student are.
The book is part of the Tennessee Journalism Series, a set of interactive, multimedia books produced by the School of Journalism at the University of Tennessee.
We hope you enjoy this book and find out more about the University of Tennessee.