New research by a University of Tennessee psychology professor aims to bridge the gap between how psychotherapy is studied in laboratory research settings and how it is actually conducted in real-world clinical practice. Michael R. Nash, a professor in UT’s Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program, hopes the research paper, published in this month’s issue of American
Ready for a boost to your career? Attend the Professional MBA program information session, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, in Stokely Management Center. The program is designed for individuals with several years of full-time professional work experience who are looking for career advancement within their organization.
Chancellor Jan Simek comments on yesterday’s tragic events at Northern Illinois University and, on behalf of the UT Knoxville campus, expresses condolences to all who have been affected by this senseless act of violence.
The academic affairs and student success committee of the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees will meet on Saturday, Feb. 23, in Memphis. The meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. CST in the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Student Alumni Center, 800 Madison Ave.
Bill Bass, forensic anthropologist and founder of the Body Farm, will talk about his book, "The Devil’s Bones and Other Stories," at 2 p.m., Sunday Feb. 17, at McClung Museum. His book is the highlight of the "Forensic Anthropology" exhibit which opened on Jan. 19 and runs through May 7 at the museum.