Last week’s 50th Anniversary of African American Achievement gala was a showcase of original talent. The program looked at the university’s history since the 1950s with pieces created specifically for the event, including videos, vocal performances, a theatrical performance, and a spoken word performance. Capped off by an original arrangement of UT’s Alma Mater, the
After reading “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” freshman Rachel Byrd created a painting to illustrate Lacks’ great contribution to modern medicine—and the lack of knowledge about her, as a person, in the scientific community. Byrd’s work was named the top project among the creative responses submitted as part of this year’s Life of the
The UT Knoxville Global Supply Chain Institute welcomes Pilot Flying J as the 48th sponsor of its Supply Chain Forum. With more than 150 executives, representing forty-eight companies, currently sponsoring the forum, it is the largest supply chain forum in the academic world.
UT Knoxville’s electric bike sharing program was recently featured on MSNBC’s Future of Technology blog. The program, the first of its kind in the country, is the subject of a research study by civil and engineering assistant professor Chris Cherry and Stacy Worley and David Smith from biosystems engineering.
Gladys Alexandre, associate professor in the department of biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology, will be speaking at this week’s Pregame Showcase on “Research of the Microbial Kind.” The showcase will take place Saturday, October 1, before the Vols’ home game against the University of Buffalo.