The Christian Science Monitor, along with several other national and international news outlets, have covered a UT study that has found that crocodiles can climb trees. The study by Vladimir Dinets, published in the journal Herpetology Notes, finds that certain species of crocodiles are adept at climbing trees. In fact, the reptiles could climb more than
When most people envision crocodiles, they think of them waddling on the ground or wading in water—not climbing trees. However, a UT study has found that the reptiles can climb trees as far as the crowns. Vladimir Dinets, a research assistant professor in the Department of Psychology, is the first to thoroughly study the tree-climbing
Scientists, including a group of UT faculty and students, on the world’s longest-distance neutrino experiment have announced that they have seen their first neutrinos. Neutrinos are abundant in nature, but they very rarely interact with other matter. Studying them could yield crucial information about the early moments of the universe.
Get to know Harold Roth and Wenjun Zhou, two College of Business Administration faculty members—one here less than three years and one here thirty-three years—who love watching their students grasp difficult concepts.
Music lovers are invited to a performance of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 by the UT Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, February 15. The 7:30 p.m. concert will be held in James R. Cox Auditorium of the Alumni Memorial Building.
Get to know two faculty members from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Both impact students through creative thinking and real passion for their field.
Lisa Fall and Kenneth Levine in the College of Communication and Information teach their students about serving others and bridging cultural divides.
“Shout-out to all the #utfaculty who have literally changed my life and worldview.” That is just one of the many shout-outs that has been posted in celebration of Faculty Appreciation Week.