The Charleston Gazette-Mail featured research scientist Tim Ezzell in a story about the potential creation of a “dark sky” park in West Virginia. Fairmont State University architecture students have produced a conceptual design for a planned addition to Calhoun County Park, which boasts some of the darkest night skies in the eastern United States. The
The Huffington Post and Psychology Today highlighted Gordon Burghardt‘s research on animal behavior in a story examining how and why dogs play. Burghardt, a UT Alumni Distinguished Service Professor, holds appointments in the Departments of Psychology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
UK Yahoo! News featured the research of Yingkui Li in this story about how temperature rise can wipe out permafrost in Tibetan Plateau.
FactCheck.org highlighted the work of political science associate professor Nathan Kelly in a story examining Senator Rand Paul’s claims about inequality.
Christopher Allen, Lindha Guerrero, and Walter Williams are three of approximately 800 American undergraduate students from 355 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern abroad during the spring 2016 academic term.
While you’re home relaxing, remember that your UTK subscription to lynda.com offers many tutorials that can help you manage your school and personal life. Log in to your account by going to the OIT lynda.com page from any device.
They’ve dubbed it “Appalachia 4G”—a proposed plan to use smartphone technology to spur business development and tourism in Johnson County, Tennessee.
UT’s School of Architecture is among the best in the nation, according to Design Futures Council’s 2016 DesignIntelligence annual report. The council also named James Rose, adjunct assistant professor of architecture, among the Top 25 Most Admired Educators for 2016.
To promote the practice of family dinners and to reach out to our community members, the Clarence Brown Theatre, with support from the Junior League of Knoxville, invites the campus community to its first-ever CBT Family Feast to accompany the A Christmas Carol production on Thursday, December 10.
Families are invited to enjoy free programming related to winter holidays around the world at UT’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture at UT, throughout the month of December.
The UT College of Law is now accepting applications for its first advanced law degree, the Master of Laws (LLM) in United States business law.
UT’s Joe Carcello will testify today in Washington, DC, before the Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises, a committee within the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee.