Kathleen Lawler Row, a former professor in the Department of Psychology, passed away Saturday at the age of 66. Her career at the university spanned more than thirty years during which she taught courses in child psychology, positive psychology, and the psychology of religion. Her research focused on health psychology, earning her national recognition for
In 1838, students wanting to study engineering could take a single course in surveying at UT—then called East Tennessee College. Flash forward 175 years and students now have a choice of more than 350 undergraduate and 500 graduate courses in engineering. This year marks 175 years of engineering at UT and the college is marking
Imagine a place where you get to convert ideas into tangible and functional prototypes. Professor Lee Martin in the Department of Industrial and Information Engineering had the big idea to start the Ideation Lab, or iLab, with his colleague, Professor Xueping Li.
Tornado forecasting remains a persistent challenge. Researchers using supercomputers at the National Institute for Computational Sciences are trying to change this. Modest hardware enables researchers to simulate a supercell, said the researchers, but supercomputers can run at a high enough resolution to properly capture tiny features associated with the tornado itself.
With the semester now in full swing, the campus community is reminded they can reach Facilities Services twenty-four hours a day. The Facilities “One Call” program is available all day, every day of the year. Customers can call 865-946-7777, or 6-7777 from a campus phone, and speak live with a Facilities Services representative.