Accounting Professor Joseph Carcello was recently quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about a tax firm’s plan to revive the Arthur Andersen name. The Arthur Andersen firm collapsed more than a decade ago in the wake of the Enron Corporation scandal. A San Francisco-based tax-consulting firm run by former Andersen partners is buying the rights
It’s not uncommon to find sharp minds on the Hill, one of the oldest collections of buildings on the UT campus. Sharp blades, on the other hand, well that takes something special.
The National Geographic Society has chosen UT to host a set of events on September 20 promoting its Young Explorers Grants program. From documenting threatened animals to exploring canyons, the program supports students ages eighteen through twenty-five pursuing field projects in research, exploration, and conservation.
Taylor Hathorn discovered a passion for promoting military veterans through her involvement with UT’s Medal of Honor Project. Now that passion has turned into a job for the 2014 journalism graduate.
WATE-TV‘s Lori Tucker talked with Jayne Wu, associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering in the College of Engineering, and Shigetoshi Eda, associate professor in the Institute of Agriculture Center for Wildlife Health within the Department of Forestry, about their development of an innovative disease detection technology. The technology is closer to mass production.
An idea for a new way to test some of the smallest pieces of our planet has earned a large award—more than $2.2 million to be exact—from the National Science Foundation for a pair of professors in the College of Engineering.
The Bearden Shopper News featured an interview with Michael Cohen, research assistant professor of history, about his book, Reconstructing the Campus: Higher Education and the American Civil War. The book explores how the war reshaped colleges.