Five UT faculty members and three graduate students have been selected as the second class of resident fellows of the University of Tennessee Humanities Center.
Metro Pulse profiled UT’s new Natalie L. Haslam Music Center and its many amenities in this article.
The Daily Beacon featured Jessica Henderson, the new drum major of the Pride of the Southland Marching Band and only the second female to hold the position in the band’s history. Read the story here.
Potential law school applicants in East Tennessee are invited to attend a Law School Admission Workshop and Recruitment Fair on September 4 at the College of Law. The workshop is free and no preregistration is necessary. The workshop includes a panel discussion about the admissions process, financing a legal education, and preparing for the LSAT,
The campus community gathered Friday to celebrate the official opening of the One Stop Express Student Services center in Hodges Library. While the center began serving students and families this summer, the staff has gotten a lot busier in recent weeks.
WBIR-TV interviewed Terry Leap, head of the UT Department of Management, on the topic of “transparent workplace,” where co-workers know what their colleagues make–from the person sitting next to them to the CEO. See the story here.
From Syria to Sudan, crimes against humanity are committed around the globe. For the first time in UT history, students will be learning how to help families deal with these atrocities and bring justice to war criminals. The Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights Program launches this fall. In the program, students will train in various
The Earth has a shield which can protect it from damaging solar particles. However, this shield can be infiltrated and the result can be a disruption of power grids and communications networks, and radiation on Earth. Researchers using supercomputers at the National Institute for Computational Sciences are creating a topological map of Earth’s magnetosphere, allowing
Ferlin G. McGaskey is the new assistant director of the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center. He co-designed and directs of the center’s Graduate Teaching Certification Program.McGaskey has spent the past four years working in teaching and learning centers at UT and the University of Texas at Austin.
Derek Alderman, geography department head, was interviewed by MSNBC for a story which takes a look back at Martin Luther King’s legacy by analyzing the streets across the country that bear his name. Alderman has studied the names of these streets for fifteen years. His current work seeks to create a closer dialogue between the