BC’s Women, Power & Leadership Event – more feedback!

I have received numerous positive responses to our women’s panel of leaders, an event we hosted on April 26 with Gov. Christine Todd Whitman and Knoxville women leaders.  We recently became aware of a blog entry courtesy of Fletcher PR’s, HER VOICE, that provided a synopsis of the program.”    As noted, it was SRO, [...]

May 17 – Baker Center Luncheon honoring Charlie Daniel – SOLD OUT!

Cartoonist, Charlie Daniel, will be honored at a Baker Center luncheon that will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Baker Center on May 17.  The cost is $15, but the event is SOLD OUT! The event is being sponsored by Senator Baker and his wife, Senator Nancy Kassebaum.  It will be [...]

KNS articles, PodCast from WUOT featuring interview with Gov. Christine Todd Whitman

http://wuot.org/mt/archives/2012/04/000755-christine_todd_whitmans_view_from_the_middle.html  Interview with Gov. Whitman by Brandon Hollingsworth http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/apr/26/christine-todd-whitman-women-leaders-share-at/  Women, Power & Leadership program  4.26.12 http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/apr/28/georgiana-vines-whitman-praises-non-partisan/    The Need for Climate Change…. 4.25.12

April 25 @ 7 pm – The Need for Climate Change in Washington: How Hyper-Partisanship Has Paralyzed Policymaking

Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, former govenor of New Jersey and Director of the Environmental Protection Agency will present a talk in the Toyota Auditorium at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at 7 pm in the Toyota Auditorium.   The program is free and open to the public.  It will be webcast [...]

April 26 @ 9 am – Women, Power & Leadership – FULL

This EVENT is FULL — watch online here: Women, Power & Leadership:  A Dialogue with Christine Todd Whitman and Knoxville Women Leaders Thursday, April 26, 9 –10:30 am Toyota Auditorium—RSVP to 974-0931 or bakercenter.utk.edu Join Governor Christine Todd Whitman and the following women leaders for a discussion for women only! ¨ Sarah Gardial, PhD – [...]

4.4.12 @ 5 pm – Amb. Graham to Share Experiences with Students

All Students Welcome! A Conversation with Ambassador Thomas Graham Diplomat, Treaty Negotiator & Nuclear Arms Expert Wednesday April 4, 2012, 5:00 pm Toyota Auditorium Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy   Ambassador Thomas Graham will discuss his career and his work in nuclear nonproliferation and treaty negotiations in a special event for students.  Ambassador [...]

March 8, 2012 – Meet Your Commissioner – Steven Cates, General Services

Join us and talk with Commissioner Cates on Thursday, March 8, 10 a.m. in Room 207, Howard Baker Center for Public Policy.   Steven Cates was appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam in 2011 to head the General Services department, which includes real estate asset management, procurement office, motor vehicle management and warehousing and distribution.  Hear [...]

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011 — Presidential Perspectives @ the Toyota Auditorium – 6 pm

Come to the Baker Center, Toyota Auditorium  at 6 pm on Thursday, Nov. 3 for an informal conversation via the Internet.  Join us as we “meet and talk”  with Ron Christie and Linda Moore Forbes to hear about their work with the Bush and Clinton presidential administrations. Ron Christie and Linda Moore Forbes, two Harvard [...]

10.26.11 – Romanian Ambassador to the U.S. – Romanian Security Cooperation and Shared Issues

Romania’s Ambassador to the US,  Ambassador Adrian Cosmin Vierita spoke to a group of students and community residents about the relationship between the US and Romania.   The ambassador was a guest of Dr. Peter Gross, Professor in the UT School of Journalism and Electronic Media.  A reception followed sponsored by the School of Journalism [...]

21st Century Nuclear Challenges – Amb. Linton Brooks, Sept. 19, 2011, 6 pm

You can listen to a webcast of this event here: http://tinyurl.com/69efcmd Join us for Ambassador Linton Brooks’ talk on 21st Century Nuclear Challenges on Monday, September 19, 2011 at 6 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium. Despite the nuclear programs of rogue states Iran and North Korea, the threat of nuclear terrorism, increasing numbers of nuclear [...]