The Knoxville News Sentinel looked at where scientists from Oak Ridge National Laboratory received their doctorates and found a majority of world-renowned scientists studied at the University of Tennessee.
The Knoxville News Sentinel took an inside look into the thirteen students graduating this week as part of the inaugural class of Haslam Scholars, UT’s premier scholarship program.
Mingjun Zhang, associate professor of mechanical, aerospace and biomedical engineering, has received more than $168,000 from the US Department of Defense to buy equipment to advance his nanoparticle research. Zhang is known for looking to nature for inspiration in addressing technical challenges.
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 UT Knoxville. The Korn Learning, Assessment, and Social Skills Center, in conjunction with UT’s Special Education and School Psychology programs, will offer tutoring services using scientifically validated intervention strategies.
During commencement week, notable alumni are sharing their favorite memories from their time on Rocky Top. John Cullum, two-time tony award winner and known for his role in the TV show Northern Exposure, speaks about his time at the Clarence Brown Theatre.
David Patterson, social work professor and director of the Knox Homeless Management Information System, partnered with the Knoxville-Knox County Homeless Coalition on a study about the ongoing challenges of homelessness in the area. The study, which was released this week, also highlights successes, including housing placement. Several local news outlet featured the efforts. Knoxville News Sentinel: Reports highlight ‘diversity’
Today, Tayo Atanda graduates from the College of Law and envisions a future where he’ll influence public policy. But even before he got to UT, he was a community organizer. Wanting to ensure that Nashville high school students from low-income families were encouraged in their college aspirations, Atanda and other young people conducted a study
Students from the Retail and Consumer Sciences Program recently placed second in the National Retail Marketing Case Competition. The contest, which took place at Indiana University, was sponsored by the Center for Retailing at Indiana’s Kelley School of Business, Kohl’s Department Stores, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Rapp Collins Advertising.