A bow tie can say a lot about a man, and in Harrison Collins’s case it says he’s passionate about water. Specifically, clean water. Collins, a junior in marketing and entrepreneurship, has designed and is selling high-end bow ties to raise money for TivaWater, a Knoxville-based organization that provides water filters to communities in developing
A group of UT students, a faculty member, and an alumna will head to East Rutherford, New Jersey, next week to work behind the scenes at Super Bowl XLVIII, one of the largest one-day mega-sporting events in the world. This year’s game, on February 2, will feature the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks.
The UT Early Learning Center for Research and Practice will host open houses this spring for families interested in kindergarten. Families have the opportunity to meet program staff, tour classrooms, and learn about the center’s curriculum and philosophy. The first open house will be from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, at the
Jacek Jakowski, a computational scientist at the National Institute for Computational Sciences, was interviewed on an HPCWire podcast about a new computational capability he and his team developed to study the dynamics of prospective energy materials under diverse environmental situations. The researcher discussed how he and his team are using the Kraken supercomputer to explore
Senior and student filmmaker Conner Harville and former UT men’s basketball player Skylar McBee teamed up to make a video that NBC calls “ridiculously awesome.” The venture is featured in the Knoxville News Sentinel. The project is called “His Own Story” and highlights five of basketball players and do just what the title indicates, tell