A team led by biophysicist Jeremy Smith of the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has taken a significant step toward unraveling the mystery of how proteins fold into unique, three-dimensional shapes.
Student enrollment is up by 4.3 percent across the UT system, according to preliminary enrollment numbers reported by each campus after 14 days of classes. Enrollment is now 46,730, compared to 44,788 students last year.
Going to the movies can be an expensive date when you add up tickets, popcorn and drinks. It’s much cheaper if you see a movie at the University of Tennessee.
In “The Wizard of Oz: Gags, Shtick, Rhythms and Routines,” Calvin MacLean, professor and head of theatre at the University of Tennessee, discusses the art of physical comedy during the UT Pre-Game Faculty Showcase, 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 in the University Center Ballroom.
Poet, fiction writer, critic and community activist Barbara Bogue will lead two discussions at the University of Tennessee on Sept. 24.