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October 14, 2013 | Contact Us
October marks the start of flu season, accompanied by a flurry of sniffly noses and fevers. Feeling sick isn't fun, especially when you've got a paper to write or a test. Read about how the Student Health Center can help when you're sick or injured.
So you're halfway through your semester, and you realize you need a little help in one or a few...of your classes.
Free walk-in tutoring is offered at Clement Hall, the Black Cultural Center, Greve Hall, the Commons at Hodges Library, and South Carrick Residence Hall. Check the Multicultural Student Life and Student Success Center pages for tutoring hours.
Also, the Tutoring@UT online database lets you search a subject and course level to find other available tutoring options.
The T buses will run on a limited schedule during fall break. On Thursday and Friday, an access van will service the campus community during the day. The Hill, Neyland Express and Fort Routes will be suspended. A T link evening van will also operate. Regular service will resume on Sunday.
Join Campus Disability Advocates for the second annual Disability Week October 21 through 25. The series of events will educate the public about social and economic issues surrounding disability and local advocacy work for equality.
Students can apply for a unique summer teaching opportunity at Tsinghua University English Summer Camp in Beijing, China. Students will receive free room and board and a stipend. Information sessions are from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Wednesday and 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Thursday in the Programs Abroad Office.
Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society is recruiting students who have presented a documented disability and interact with the Office of Disability Services. Interested students must have earned a specific amount of credit hours and GPA to join. Contact Allison Gose for more information.
Leadership and Service Ambassadors are student educators dedicated to serving the campus and community. Their work involves being a resource, and connecting fellow students to leadership and service experiences. Applications are available through October 31.
Out and about in Knoxville
The East Tennessee Discovery Center is a nonprofit that inspires children to learn through interactive experiences. ETDC needs help with visitor services, activity areas, and special events. Volunteers may sign up in shifts and must be able to maintain a regular volunteer schedule.
For more on- and off-campus volunteer opportunities, visit Sign Up to Serve.
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