In this New York Times “Room for Debate” blog post, UT Knoxville law professor and Instapundit blogger Glenn Reynolds discusses the qualifications the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice should possess.
Asteroids may not be the dark, dry, lifeless chunks of rock scientists have long thought. Josh Emery, research assistant professor with the earth and planetary sciences department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has found evidence of water ice and organic material on the asteroid 24 Themis. This evidence supports the idea that asteroids could
The Spring 2010 commencement ceremony for the College of Communication and Information at UT Knoxville will be “all in the family” for Phillip Fulmer. Fulmer, head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers football team from 1992 to 2008, will give the CCI commencement address at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 12, in Thompson-Boling Arena. Two of Fulmer’s
Karla McKanders, law professor at UT Knoxville, explains how local agencies in Arizona soon will be given more authority in the controversial new illegal immigrant law enacted in the state.