WUOT featured a workshop for undergraduates students at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBios) which are assembling equipment that will record hundreds of hours of bird calls. Their aim is to find rare birds in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. A digital waveform of the recordings will be loaded into a computer program
A mother’s prolonged use of antibacterial soaps containing the chemical triclocarban may harm nursing babies, according to a recent UT study. The study, which was conducted on rats, showed that exposure to the compound may reduce the survival rates of babies. Rebekah Kennedy, a graduate student pursuing a dual master’s degree in public health and
A recent UT report has pinpointed ten game-changing supply chain trends that can help companies improve their operations. The university’s Global Supply Chain Institute researched the topic and identified and tracked the trends. UT supply chain management faculty surveyed 163 supply chain professionals from 132 global companies to develop the list.
Michael Lane Morris, Skinner Professor in Management, has been appointed associate dean for undergraduate programs and student affairs in the College of Business Administration. This newly created position will focus on the college’s curricular advancements, enhanced student educational opportunities, and helping the university attain Top 25 status.
Some recent graduates and seniors were recently awarded Baker Scholar medallions for completing the program sponsored by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Baker Scholars are selected via a competitive application and interview process. They propose a research project, which they complete over the course of an academic year under the mentorship
The campus’s Office of Communications and Marketing has been recognized by its peers in the regional advertising, communications, and marketing industry for its work in promoting the university. The office has been honored by the Tennessee College Public Relations Association, the Telly Awards, and local chapters of the Public Relations Society of America and AIGA,