This past fall UT Knoxville and the Y-12 National Security Complex entered into a formal partnership that holds great promise, not only for UT and Y-12 but for our state and nation. Chancellor Jimmy Cheek and Y-12 General Manager Darrel Kohlhorst offer a concise overview.
Terry Hazen, Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology, was quoted in the Miami Herald about a study that suggests geography and water circulation patterns of the northern Gulf of Mexico promoted the breakdown of oil and gas spewing from a busted wellhead during the BP oil disaster.
How about a culinary passport to the cuisines of the Middle East, Asia, Europe, or Africa? The Culinary Institute at UT Knoxville beginning Jan. 21, will offer the community a series of international cooking classes to explore the fare of eight countries. The classes will run through March 10 and are $99 each.
UT Knoxville will host a conference this week to encourage women studying physics to buck the trend by staying in their technical fields and succeeding in their careers. The Southeast Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics is a three-and-a-half-day conference for undergraduate physics majors. This conference aims to increase the number of women in physics