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Frosts, Freezes Damaged Fruit Crops (175)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– The fall apple harvest in Tennessee will be reduced due to repeated frosts and freezes this month, a University of Tennessee fruit specialist said Friday.  Dr. David Lockwood of UT’s Agriculture Extension Service said apple trees in West Tennessee suffered some damage but fared better than those in Middle and East Tennessee.  “We’ve

UT-Chattanooga Chemistry Graduates Earn Fellowships (159)

 CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Two 1996 University of Tennessee-Chattanooga chemistry department graduates have been awarded National Science Foundation Fellowships.  Dr. Greg Grant, Grote professor of chemistry at UT-Chattanooga, said Russell P. Linnemann II and Matt Epperson are among the 2 percent of chemistry graduate students in the nation designated NSF Fellows.  Linnemann is a first-year graduate

UT-Produced CD-ROM Earns Award (87)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The University of Tennessee Center for Telecommunications and Video recently placed in the finals of a national multimedia competition to earn a Bronze Telly Award.  UT-CTV Executive Director Ken Burton said the award was for a CD-ROM project titled “Tennessee Wilds and the Multimedia Quest.”  The Telly Awards were founded in 1980