The UT–Oak Ridge National Laboratory Joint Institute for Computational Sciences—and UT’s Office of Information Technology—have announced final plans to upgrade the bandwidth of UT’s wide area network for research and education to 100 gigabit per second (100G) capability by July 2014. This project makes UT an early adopter of the technology and will improve a
The UT Research Foundation is accepting submissions for the seventh annual UTRF Maturation Funding program. Proposals are due to department research offices by close of business Friday, October 18. The program helps UT researchers further develop technologies that have potential for commercial success. Up to $15,000 in direct costs will be awarded to the highest
Chris Rainier, a National Geographic photographer considered one of the leading documentary photographers today, will speak Sunday, September 22, at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture. Rainier’s talk, titled “Cultures on the Edge: The Race Against Time to Help Empower Traditional Cultures,” begins at 2:00 p.m.
Two UT faculty members are representing the university in Leadership Knoxville’s Class of 2014. Ernest Brothers, assistant dean of the Graduate School, and Victoria Niederhauser, professor and dean of the College of Nursing, are two of the forty-eight area leaders in this year’s class of accomplished professionals from an array of backgrounds. This is the
Six acclaimed writers with connections to UT will read and perform their work at Ijams Nature Center on Sunday, September 22. “Letters to the Earth: Songs and Poems of Conservation” will feature Jesse Graves, Marilyn Kallet, Jeff Daniel Marion, Linda Parsons Marion, R. B. Morris, and Arthur Smith. They are all either UT faculty, staff,
Last year, Chelsea Raschke and Mona’ King took their studies at UT to a new latitude and longitude. Raschke spent the spring semester of 2013 taking classes in Spain. King spent the fall semester of 2012 studying in China. Now peer advisors in the Programs Abroad Office, King and Raschke will share their study abroad
The Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering’s rolling hybrid vehicle laboratory has received a boost. Denso North American Foundation has donated $50,000 to the lab. The hybrid vehicle laboratory helps faculty prepare students for high-tech jobs in the industry with hands-on design experience.
Name: Robby Veronesi Age: 21 Hometown: Westfield, Massachusetts Grade level: In-between junior and senior (I’m studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, right now) Major: Journalism and electronic media (with minors in geography and psychology) Hobbies? Sports, travel, photography, interacting with anyone and everyone What campus groups or organizations are you involved with on campus? Volunteers for Christ, TNJN.com