UT will celebrate the seventh annual Research Week April 11–15 with a series of events centered around research, art, and scholarship from undergraduate students across campus.
Students of one of the nine languages that make up the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures will face off in a soccer tournament 6:00–8:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 13.
At 3:45 p.m. Monday, April 11, David Songstad, director of cell biology at Cibus, a San Diego-based biotechnology company known as a leader in precision gene editing for agriculture, will present the Department of Plant Sciences Seminar “Genome Editing: Beyond GMOs.”
UT’s Ramki Kalyanaraman spoke to a leading journal about a breakthrough in thin films.
Deep South Magazine featured UT Professor of English Marilyn Kallet in this story about the creation of UT’s Poetry Spring celebration.
New Scientist featured Devon Burr in a story exploring the possibility that an asteroid barrage may have birthed a short-lived ocean on Mars.
UT English Professor Misty Anderson penned this blog post for the Huffington Post noting that, the room where it happens is the classroom where, without guns or insults, “we engage with history and the demands it makes on us, where we nurture citizens capable of critical thought and of imagining a world beyond their own
Indian Country Today interviewed Michael David Cohen, research assistant professor of history, for a story that is part of a series exploring past presidents’ attitudes toward Native Americans, challenges and triumphs regarding tribes, and the federal laws and Indian policies enacted during their terms in office.
The German Studies program is hosting a two-day event to explore the work of one of New German Cinema’s greatest figures, Werner Herzog, on April 12 and 14.
Mark Hulsether, professor of religious studies and the director of the Program in American Studies at UT, reviewed a book about evangelical hippies of the 1970s, known as the Jesus People.
Commercial Appeal Interviews Stephen V. Ash, professor emeritus of history, for 150th Anniversary of ‘Memphis Massacre’
UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have once again teamed up on a breakthrough technology—this time with a research idea inspired by a pair of high school students.