Projects created by UT design students won second and third place at a recent regional design competition. The students participated in the Interior Design Educators Council Regional Competition. Their work advanced to the national conference and was recognized as two of the top fifteen projects out of 130 entries from across the country.
Ten educators will be part of the 2013-14 cohort of the UT Leadership Academy. The Leadership Academy, a collaborative venture between UT and Knox County Schools, prepares educators to become outstanding new school principals through a full-time, intensive fifteen-month fellowship program. The class will begin work on May 31. Thirty-one educators have gone through the
Stephanie Drumheller-Horton, lecturer in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, helped make an interesting discovery in a dinosaur fossil earlier this year. She will be discussing her research at the Science Forum at noon on Friday, April 12, in Dining Room C-D of Thompson-Boling Arena.
Law students and Y-12 benefit from the UT/Y-12 Field Placement Program, a unique collaboration between Y-12 and the College of Law.
Smoke flowing out of a chimney, the wind moving between the leaves and branches of trees, massive clouds moving in the atmosphere—turbulence is everywhere. However, it has remained one of the biggest puzzles in classical physics. A research group is using supercomputing power at the National Institute for Computation Sciences to solve the puzzle and
Research and development efforts can be time-consuming.Many projects end up taking years to complete and most researchers at the Y-12 National Security Complex must divide their time between numerous projects. Y‑12’s formal partnership with UT offers a simple solution: graduate research assistants.
Faculty and staff members are invited to sign up to lead Life of the Mind small-group discussions during Welcome Week in the fall. Next year’s common reading selection is Bill McKibben’s Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet. McKibben will be on campus August 19 to speak to first-year students as well as