On April 15-17th, an interdisciplinary team of undergraduate and graduate UT College of Engineering students traveled to Washington, DC to compete with 55 teams from across the U.S. at the EPA’s National Sustainable Design Expo held on the National Mall.
Researchers have discovered that an evolutionary change from 65 million years ago may have set the pace for the rapid growth rate of present-day flowering plants.
Gregg Rader, a junior in economics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, was recently selected as one of the twelve finalists in Pearson’s Insider contest. The Bearden High School graduate will be attending the exclusive National Economics Insider Symposium (NEIS) this June in Washington, DC. The Insider contest, which was open to college students enrolled
A limited number of children in first through sixth grade who are struggling with math or reading may be eligible for academic tutoring this summer at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The Korn Learning, Assessment, and Social Skills (KLASS) Center, in conjunction with UT’s special education program and school psychology programs, will be offering tutoring