The University of Tennessee is large compared with our small Knoxville Jewish Community. Students come from 100 countries and all fifty states and provide a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and expectations, making the life of of local Jewish college students interesting, challenging and vibrant.
The University of Tennessee
Judaic Studies Program
The UTK Judaic Studies program is interdisciplinary, including Biblical and Modern Hebrew; Jewish literature, poetry; visual art, music, the religious framework of Judaism (ex. holidays, life-cycle events), history and the politics of the Middle East.
Read more here or go directly to the UTK Judaic Studies website.
UTK Jewish Students Organization
UTK Hillel is a student-run University recognized Student Activity Group. Our small size allows Hillel to provide opportunities for developing leadership, planning, marketing, communication, and grant writing skills.
Faculty Advisor: Greg Kaplan
JSO/Hillel Director: Deborah Oleshansky: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Contact UTK Hillel President Jacob Geltzer at email@example.com