Downtown Knoxville’s economy may see a boost thanks to a free iPhone application developed by UT researchers in collaboration with three local nonprofit organizations. Called the Beck Tour app, the mobile phone application features 14 historically and culturally significant sites in and around downtown Knoxville.
There is only a little more than a week to nominate your favorite educator for a spot in the Educators Hall of Honor, housed in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UT Knoxville. Nominations are due Feb. 11.
This TIME article focuses on a study published by Associate Professor James K. McNulty at UT Knoxville in the Journal of Family Psychology. The study shows that forgiving your partner for bad behavior doesn’t preserve harmony in marriage — it just reinforces the idea that bad behavior is forgivable.
This News Sentinel article explores the multi-million dollar restoration project of UT’s iconic building, Ayres Hall, built in 1921. Ayres Hall now has a front patio, marble walls and clocks on its bell tower as was intended in 1921. The building will be one of the oldest structures to receive LEED certification.