UT researchers will have more help in complying with complex federal requirements that cover everything from treatment of lab animals and surveying human subjects to handling hazardous materials and defense-sensitive information. The Office of Research and Engagement has hired Robert Nobles as assistant vice chancellor fo the responsible conduct of research and research integrity officer.
The Knoxville Police Department will file multiple charges against a 25-year-old man in connection with a shooting last night in Fort Sanders that left three people injured. Brandon Middlebrook, one of the victims, will be charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, one charge of aggravated robbery, and a charge of possessing a firearm
Michael McKinney, director of the UT Environmental Studies and Sustainability Program and professor of earth and planetary sciences, will present “Homogenizing the Planet: What to Do About It?” on Friday, February 7, during this week’s Science Forum.
Donnie Smith, CEO of Arkansas-based Tyson Foods, Inc., and his wife, Terry, have pledged a $3.2 million gift that establishes the Donald and Terry Smith Endowed Chair for International Sustainable Agriculture through the UT Foundation. Donnie Smith earned his undergraduate degree in animal science from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and his
Your writing could be featured in the second volume of an interactive children’s electronic book that will be produced by UT. The university’s Rocky Top Institute is accepting entries for Tales from Rocky Top, Volume II. The contest will run through February 28. The short stories should translate the meaning of Rocky Top from the
The Knoxville Police Department is investigating a shooting inside an apartment at Highland Terrace Apartments, on the corner of 13th Street and Highland Avenue that occurred after 8:00 p.m. Tuesday.