Chris Cherry, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, was interviewed about electric bicycles by the New York Times. Cherry has become a well-known expert on electric bikes after studying them and their popularity in China and launching the U.S.’s first fully-automated electric bike sharing station on UT’s campus for a research project.
UT is familiar with trying to doing more with less. UT is striving to become a Top 25 research institution with less state and federal funds to do it. It is not alone. A study led by UT’s Brad Fenwick released today outlines critical challenges facing US research universities and makes suggestions for continued success.
CNN highlighted a recent UT study that shows students who plan on obtaining a four-year degree in college shouldn’t take five or six years to get it. The study, from the Center for Business and Economic Research, found that people who earned bachelor’s degrees within four years received, on average, higher wages than those who
Peyton Manning Pass will be closed most of next week to through traffic for milling and paving. The work will commence at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, July 2, and is scheduled to continue through Thursday, July 5. The Peyton Manning Pass work will coincide with the closure of most of Staff Lot 9 which will
Fadi Saleh is a UT pre-med sophomore from Memphis who’s making a name for himself in the Internet music mash-up world. His recent video of President Barack Obama “singing” Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit “Call Me Maybe” has been an Internet and media sensation this summer, earning mentions on CNN and in Us Weekly magazine, The