The university closed a residence hall for the night and helped to relocated its residents due to a power outage in the building. The power failure occurred this morning in North Carrick and power could not be restored by evening. The North Carrick residence hall will be closed at 8:30 p.m. and students will not
A study led by Predrag Krstic at National Institute of Computational Sciences has uncovered how the behavior of plasma—the extremely hot gases of nuclear fusion—can be controlled with ultra-thin lithium films on graphite walls lining thermonuclear magnetic fusion devices.
An article by the Wall Street Journal about the downside of active workstations cites a study by University of Tennessee researchers. The 2009 study found that treadmill walking resulted in an up to 11 percent deterioration in fine motor skills like mouse clicking, and dragging and dropping, as well in as cognitive functions like math-problem
Legendary Russian composer, pianist, and conductor Sergei Rachmaninoff performed his final public concert in what was formerly the Alumni Gymnasium on the UT campus on February 17, 1943. He died five weeks later. UT will commemorate the seventieth anniversary of Rachmaninoff’s final performance with an 8:00 p.m. concert on Sunday, February 17, featuring internationally acclaimed
The UT Master of Business Analytics program is one of the nation’s top 20 programs in big data analytics, according to a recently released ranking from InformationWeek magazine. InformationWeek looked at big data analytics programs within colleges of business, computer science, and engineering across North America. The top programs were not individually ranked.