In an essay published in PLOS Pathogens, Matt Gray, a researcher with the UT Institute of Agriculture Center for Wildlife Health, along with a coalition of international scientists describe a new threat to the survival of some North American salamanders.
The News Sentinel interviewed Erin Darby for a story about a new exhibit that features the photos of Syrian refugee children taken by a local man. The paper noted that Darby, assistant professor of religious studies, knows firsthand how seeing the faces of refugees can change someone. She often takes her students to Jordan for excavation projects and
Assistant Vice Chancellor and CIO Joel Reeves recently wrote a column featured in CIO Review, explaining the importance of onboard training in increasing customer satisfaction.
Provost Susan D. Martin traveled to China last weekend to receive the 2015 Confucius Institute Individual Performance Excellence Award at the opening ceremony of the tenth Confucius Institute Conference in Shanghai.
USA Today featured UT’s Joshua Emery in a story about a mysterious bright spot that appeared on the dwarf planet Ceres.
The New York Times recently reviewed Alex Haley and the Books that Changed a Nation, a new biography written by Robert “Jeff” Norrell, UT professor of history.
The past year has been an amazing year of exciting changes, innovative research, and powerful personal stories at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
A group of UT students spent this fall delving into the lives of Cherokees who called East Tennessee home in the 1800s, before they were forcibly removed and relocated west of the Mississippi River. The students’ research and recovery of the lost stories of Cherokee people could be translated into the Cherokee language and become
Mingzhou Jin, director of the reliability and maintainability engineering program in the College of Engineering and who was recently named as a Center for Transportation Research fellow for 2015–16, has been invited to join On Track North America, a nonprofit think tank devoted to maximizing the potential of rail transportation within the continent.
A public meeting will be held December 14 to discuss proposed updates to the UT campus master plan.
A UT professor will help the US Census Bureau develop cost-effective ways of measuring the population in the year 2020.
The Office of Research and Engagement is soliciting nominations for the Chancellor’s Honors Awards.