Baker Center Partners with City of Knoxville on Student Fellows Program
Learn how to build a meaningful career working for a global nonprofit from some Volunteers who came before you.
OCT 21, 2022 • 12:30 pm
Lindsay Young Auditorium
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan and Heidi Heitkamp have a conversation about how our institutions and communities can navigate passionate disagreements.
OCT 24, 2022 • 6:00PM
Student Union Ballroom
EPISODE 4: The United States owes its debtors more than $30 trillion. To dig into how the U.S. got here and what’s at stake, the governors call on Paul Ryan, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, and Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.
UT’s Baker Center Launches Podcast with former Governors Bredesen and Haslam.
Listen. Learn. Lead Week’s Line-Up Announced!
Join the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the Bipartisan Policy Center for a candid conversation with former Govs. Phil Bredesen and Bill Haslam.
Sept. 14, 2022 • 11:45am
Bipartisan Policy Center
“The Right to Vote” with Jeffrey Rosen.
Sept. 20, 2022 • 5:00pm
“Why Vote?” Panel Discussion with Local Leaders as part of Public Square Series
Sept. 21, 2022 • 5:00pm
“Calling In The Calling Out Culture” with Loretta Ross
Sept. 23, 2022 • 5:00pm
“Voter and Civic Engagement” Tailgate
Sept. 24 • 11:00am
Baker Center Parking Lot
Baker Center Hosts Second Event in its Constitutional Conversations Series
Board of Fellows to the Institute of American Civics Announced.
TN vs. FL Voter Challenge Begins!
Class of 2026 Takes “Vol is a Verb” Pledge
On Monday night, August 22, the Class of 2026 came together in Thompson-Boling Arena to take the “Vol is a Verb” pledge….
Part of the task of improving the water quality of urban waterways in Tennessee means establishing a tool to measure improvements and communicate them clearly to the public. John Schwartz, a professor in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Tickle College of Engineering, is working with several municipal separate storm sewer systems—also known as MS4s—across Tennessee to establish a report card that will help the public and government officials better understand the quality of implementation of stormwater management programs.