The current Supreme Court may be criticized for its lack of diversity on the bench, but according to a study conducted by UT law professor Ben Barton, the Court is actually more diverse overall today than ever in history. The study, published in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, borrows statistical methods from ecology to
Got the next big idea? Think you might have an entrepreneurial streak? Like challenges and the chance to make an impact? If so, the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites you to enter the sixth annual Business Plan Competition. The center is housed in the College of Business Administration. The deadline for submission is
The deadline has been extended for the university-wide license review from Adobe software that was announced last month. In addition to the need for desktop and laptop scans that was previously communicated, all university-owned servers in Mac or Windows environments have to be scanned for Adobe products by Thursday, February 21.
The Hodges Library Commons open house on Thursday had the festive air of a street fair, as students donned sombreros and cowboy hats and posed for pictures at a makeshift photo booth. Others perused information tables while picking up sweets and playing games along the way. The event gave library staff an opportunity to showcase
This year, the College of Engineering will celebrate 175 Years of Engineering at the University of Tennessee. Throughout 2013, the college will recognize the many achievements of graduates, students, and faculty, and cap the year with a gala evening event in the fall.
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are sharing the big ideas that make a difference in their world. Emma MacMillan, an alumna with a degree in journalism and electronic media, has the big idea of using compelling writing to get the public interested in science.
As Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, romantic relationships are on many of our minds. Experts at UT are offering tips to ensure relationships stay healthy and strong. Kristina Gordon, professor of psychology and director of RelationshipRx, a project seeking to make it easier for couples to take good care of their relationship health,