“Empowering Yourself with a Legal Education from UT” is the theme of a workshop for prospective law students to be held Thursday, March 6, the UT College of Law. All activities will be held at the College of Law, 1505 West Cumberland Avenue. The event begins at 11:45 a.m. with registration and networking time with
This weekend, we turn our clocks forward an hour. It’s a shift of only sixty minutes, but it’s enough to disrupt the body’s internal clock. The “spring forward” time change is often more difficult than the “fall back” change because it means an hour less sleep. Theresa Lee, dean of the College of Arts and
Four student winners of the annual UT School of Music Concerto Competition will perform Sunday, March 9. The 4:00 p.m. Concertos and Classics concert will be in the James R. Cox Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Building. The concert is free and open to the public.
Haidong Zhou, an assistant professor in physics and astronomy, is not a scientist who is easily daunted by frustration. In fact, his latest research deals with materials that have frustration built right in. The project, titled “Emergent Quantum Spin-Liquid in Yb-Pyrochlores and Yb-Spinels,” begins August 1 of this year and lasts for five years. The
Reconceiving Pre-Modern Spaces is the topic of the eleventh annual Marco Symposium to be hosted by UT’s Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies March 6 through 8. The symposium will feature scholars from various disciplines exploring ways in which pre-modern peoples conceived of space—as a physical reality, philosophical idea, and topic of artistic expression.
The Volapalooza 2014 lineup is here, and Fitz and The Tantrums with The Dirty Guv’nahs and The Delta Saints will perform at this year’s concert.
Ahead of Daylight Saving Time on March 9, WUOT’s Brandon Hollingsworth interviewed College of Arts and Sciences Dean Theresa Lee about the mental and physical effects of the twice-yearly time shift for the station’s series, The Method. The Method is a series that explores the intersection of science and society. Then Matt Shafer Powell finds
An Institute for Nuclear Security Distinguished Lecture on the Y-12 National Security Complex’s Uranium Processing Facility project drew protesters and ninety registered attendees. John Eschenberg, federal director of the UPF project, spoke about the major National Nuclear Security Administration modernization and construction effort that will replace the decaying Manhattan Project era uranium building.