Matt Murray, associate director of the Center for Business and Economic Research and director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, spoke with American Public Media’s Marketplace radio program on Tuesday about President Obama’s visit to Chattanooga later that day. An area once known for its industrial decay, global giants such as
As tuition costs continue to climb and post-graduation employment remains stagnant, canny would-be college students turn an eye to evaluating which degree programs will provide the best return on their educational investment in the form of a solid shot at landing a secure position after picking up their diploma. Forbes Magazine highlights UT’s business analytics
Fans of the international fare at the Ready for the World Cafe can still get their fix this summer during a mini session to be offered in August. The cafe will take diners on a gastronomical journey through Italy, France, and Spain starting Thursday, August 1. The meals will be served family-style, with some items
UT will be featured in an upcoming episode of Great American Country’s The Willis Clan. The show follows a multitalented family of twelve children and their parents who live in Nashville. The Willis children are accomplished dancers, musicians, athletes, and writers. The show will air at 8 p.m. on GAC on Thursday August, 1.
Neyland Stadium was recognized with the National Sport Safety and Security Facility of Merit Award earlier this month at the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security Conference in Orlando. The award recognizes a facility that has demonstrated an innovative approach to enhancing safety and security beyond normal operations, or addressed a significant safety
Crews from Facilities Services and UT Warehousing worked from March until June to declutter campus buildings during the Spring Cleanup, and the totals are in. In effort to get rid of surplus equipment, trash, and recyclables, the crews visited thirty-three buildings in fourteen weeks.
Jan Simek, distinguished science professor in the Department of Anthropology, was interviewed by WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper for their series, The Method, which explores the intersection of science and society. Simek talked about how archaeologists study some of the oldest cave art in North America. In the series, WUOT’s Brandon Hollingsworth interviewed to researcher Joanne Hall,
Francis Street will be closed from Friday, August 2, to Wednesday, August 14, for KUB utility work on the Fred D. Brown Residence Hall. During this time, Melrose Avenue north of the construction site will switch from one-way to two-way traffic with traffic control devices in place to ensure safety.
Sergey Gavrilets, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was quoted in a New York Times story about monogamy. The article is about a study which looked at 2,545 species of mammals, tracing their mating evolution from their common ancestor some 170 million years ago. The researchers found monogamy evolves when females become hostile with one