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Resources – Use this to find webcasts, speakers, pubs, etc. For example, to find a webcast: 1) Type in the last name of the speaker in the first box below. 2) In the TOPIC box, select ‘Webcasts.’ 3) Hit ENTER. A short description of the lecture should appear. Click on this to take you to the announcement and link for the video.




News

September 6, 2018

Op-Ed in The Atlantic responds to The New York Times Op-Ed

Baker Center Board member, Tom Griscom, former White House Director of Communications for President Reagan and top aide/adviser to Senator […]





Event

August 24, 2017

Peyton Manning to Give a Baker Distinguished Lecture on Leadership

STUDENTS GET YOUR TICKET HERE! After you register, come as soon as possible to the Baker Center (1640 Cumberland Ave, […]





Event

January 5, 2017

Howard Baker Public Policy Challenge 2017- REGISTRATION OPEN!

View the INFO SESSION: ¬†http://mediasite.utk.edu/UTK/Play/1bb5f89333c84ba59f760e3821d414481d Great turnout for the info session. Don’t forget – SIGN UP for the Challenge HERE: […]





Webcasts

January 12, 2015

Archived Video

The Baker Center archives all of its videos of speakers, roundtable discussions, events, and programs.





Publications

November 12, 2018

The Two Faces of Portugal- Harrison Akins

PhD Candidate in Political Science & Baker Center Graduate Research Fellow Harrison Akins recently had an essay published in the […]





Global Security

November 12, 2018

“The Two Faces of Portugal” by Harrison Akins

Harrison Akins, a Baker Center Graduate Fellow, examines issues around immigration and minorities in Portugal in his latest essay, “The […]





Policy Briefs

November 2, 2018

When Fish Grow Like Weeds: Options and Strategies for Managing Impacts of Invasive Asian Carp in Tennessee – Benjamin Meadows and Dr. Charles Sims

Graduate Research Fellow Benjamin Meadows and Dr. Charles Sims, Baker Center Faculty Fellow and Director of the Baker Center’s Energy […]





Energy & Environment

October 24, 2018

The Future of Electric Utilities – J. Scott Holladay

Dr Scott Holladay, UT professor of Economics and Baker Fellow in Energy & Environment has written a policy brief to […]





Event

October 18, 2018

Supercomputing and Data for Science — with Dr. Robert Harrison

Supercomputing and Data for Science — an Intersection of Technology and Science Policy with Dr. Robert Harrison Tuesday, October 23, […]





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