Physics Professor Pengcheng Dai’s latest research into the marvel of superconductivity shares many elements of a family drama. There’s competition and coexistence, not unlike a sibling rivalry. There’s the “glue” holding things together, like a steady matriarch. But most importantly this latest work, published online in the May 22 issue of Nature Physics, is another
Advertising is everywhere people look. New research shows it also can encourage people to recall things that never happened to them. “Humans are a lot more inaccurate than we think we are,” said UT Knoxville psychology professor Michael Nash in this US News and World Report story.
UT Knoxville College of Engineering has entered into an agreement with Fisk University in Nashville to offer a dual-degree program in science and engineering. The five-year program, which begins in the fall, will allow students to spend their first three years at Fisk as math and science majors and then transfer to UT for two
David Schumann, Taylor Professor in Business, and Fred Pierce, director of undergraduate programs, have received the inaugural Global Leadership Scholars North Star Award. The North Star Award is the highest recognition and honor given by the Global Leadership Scholars (GLS) honors program in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration. Recipients of the