The UT Knoxville Department of English is hosting a lecture by Paul Giles of the University of Sydney, Australia, at 3:30 p.m. today in 1210 McClung Tower. Giles, the Challis Chair of English at the University of Sydney, will present a lecture titled “Transatlantic/Transpacific: Herman Melville and ‘The Other Side of the Sphere.’” The event
A type of medical records training software developed by a team at UT has been bought by a global producer of medical and nursing education aids and is to be put in use in nursing schools across the United States.
In this article, UT law professor Jeffrey Hirsch weighs in on a controversial legal case in Nashville about a Christian legal group that has filed a civil rights complaint against Vanderbilt, alleging that the school’s medical center is requiring applicants to its nurse residency program to promise to participate in abortion procedures.
Did you make a resolution to lose weight and be healthier in the new year? Do you want to actually keep that resolution this year? UT’s Department of Nutrition can help! If you are between the ages of 18 and 30, and 20 to 75 pounds over your ideal weight, you may be eligible to
Give Haiti Hope, a UT student organization, is holding its second annual Fierce and Fancy Formal Fashion Show and Dress Sale. Students are asking for donations of gently used prom dresses that will be used in the fashion show and then sold. UT junior Katie Riley, president of Give Haiti Hope, says the funds raised
UT faculty and staff living in South Knoxville should pay special attention to traffic detours that began last week as part of the Henley Street Bridge closure. Although the Gay Street Bridge is a designated alternate route for South Knoxville traffic, UT employees should also consider utilizing the South Knoxville Connector to avoid traffic congestion
Thanks to a Nashville law firm, the UT Knoxville College of Law will receive a $100,000 endowment to help law students and advance the principles of equality preached by civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis is expected to announce the Diversity Endowed Scholarship on Jan. 13 during its inaugural
Larry Taylor, a distinguished professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, talked with WBIR’s John Becker about his discovery that water on the moon originated from comets. Taylor discovered trace amounts of water on the moon. This discovery debunked beliefs held since the return of the first Apollo rocks that the moon was