WBIR Channel 10 interviewed UT’s Paul Lewis about the recent rare supermoon eclipse, the first of four total lunar eclipses in this hemisphere.
Science magazine recently featured UT’s Anthropology Research Facility commonly known as the “Body Farm,” and Arpad Vass, a research scientist with UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center, in this story about the singular chemical cocktail decomposing humans release, which scientists might be able to use to better train cadaver dogs and develop machines that could do the
Vladimir Dinets, research assistant professor of psychology, recently published a study showing that Eurasian birds are beginning to develop a presence on our continent, which could end up having a negative effect on native species. Several publications featured the work.
Knoxville-area faculty and staff are invited to attend a benefits fair October 8 to learn about the dozens of insurance plans, benefits and corporate discounts that make up UT’s comprehensive benefits package.
The annual enrollment period for health, dental, vision, basic and term life, long-term care and optional special accident programs is underway and continues through October 15.
The College of Nursing Community Health Fairs have changed locations and themes over the years to reflect shifting community needs. The fairs provide an opportunity for nursing students to gain valuable community experience while providing both university and community members with personal health information and numerous screenings.
Students with a penchant for tinkering have an opportunity to shine thanks to Tech Carnivol, a new event to be held during Engineer’s Day on October 22.
Movies, romance, and the work of actor John Cusack will be in the spotlight at the Pregame Showcase prior to the Vols’ game against Arkansas on Saturday, October 3.
A research team including faculty and students from the College of Engineering and the Electric Power Research Institute has been selected as a finalist for the Little Box Challenge.
The Department of History will host acclaimed historian Kate Brown as a part of its annual lecture series in modern European history.
As Vols, we take pride in creating a culture that respects every member of our community. The university upholds ten principles of civility and community: respect, dialogue, collegiality, inclusivity, knowledge, integrity, learning, awareness, diversity, and response.
The Center for Health Education and Wellness will be kicking off National Substance Abuse Prevention Month from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Thursday, October 1, in the Humanities Amphitheater.