School of Advertising & Public Relations

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION

Welcome to the School of
Advertising & Public Relations

The School of Advertising and Public Relations houses two of the most popular majors at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. The programs are nationally and internationally recognized for the quality of their scholarship and instruction.   

Our faculty prepare students to become leaders in advertising and public relations. Our students graduate with a competitive advantage because of the elite programs we offer. Our program offers opportunities beyond the classroom that involve professional internships, study abroad, and school sponsored trips to network with industry leaders.   

Our undergraduate programs prepare students to take on leadership roles in advertising and public relations firms. Our graduate program offers advanced study that prepares students to explore the evolving role of advertising and public relations in society. Our school offers structured programs of study coupled with the opportunity to explore related topics of interest.   

With its nationally recognized educators and wide-ranging opportunities, the School of Advertising and Public Relations continues to be a program of excellence at The University of Tennessee.

ADVERTISING STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: JOEY HATHAWAY

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Our first Advertising Student Spotlight goes to Joey Hathaway, from Glasgow, Missouri.

Hathaway is a Senior and pursuing a career in account management within an advertising agency.  From a young age Hathaway has been interested in advertisements placed in magazines and commercials.  He would always take his mom’s magazines and stare at them for hours.  Little did he know they would spark an interest for the rest of his life. 

Veteran's Day

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UT will be honoring Tennessee veteran's who have fallen in the line of duty since the tragic event of September 11. The National day of Rememberance for these service men and women will be held on Tuesday November 11, 2014 in Circle Park.  


There will be a roll call and a memorial garden for those who would like to place a flag in honor of loved ones. This special event is scheduled to last from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be open to the public. 


The University of Tennessee Knoxville will be partaking in a moment of silence at 2 p.m. along with other colleges across the country.

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