Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Provost Susan Martin reflect on their own college experiences and some of the faculty members who played important roles in their lives.
Electric cars have been heralded as environmentally friendly, but findings from UT researchers show that electric cars in China have an overall impact on pollution that could be more harmful to health than gasoline vehicles.
College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Melissa Bowers, Associate Professor Terry Esper, and Professor Dan Flint from the College of Business Administration.
College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Michael Higdon and Professor Glenn Reynolds from the College of Law.
The recruitment and development of talented supply chain managers is key to creating a long-term competitive advantage, according to the Global Supply Chain Institute advisory board. Senior supply chain executives from twenty-one leading global companies recently met in Atlanta for the board’s first face-to-face meeting to discuss key supply chain issues.
Faculty Appreciation Week begins today, kicking off a week’s worth of events to celebrate the hard work of UT’s faculty members. This year’s theme celebrates faculty who bring big ideas to life every day in the classroom and through their research and community service. Each day, stories and videos about faculty will be featured on