The Office of Title IX will hold a panel discussion at 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 12 at the Howard Baker Center Toyota Auditorium. Topics will include UT’s policy on sexual misconduct, relationship violence, stalking, and retaliation, as well as care, support, and reporting options for students.
After three weeks of intense math instruction, 88 UT freshmen are starting the academic year better prepared for their majors of choice.
The New York Times featured a study that suggests stitching together forests can help save multiple species. The publication interviewed Daniel Simberloff, an ecologist at UT, who cautioned that the research relied heavily on debatable modeling assumptions.
With the Mars 2020 rover mission just around the corner, NASA has created a Returned Sample Science Board to grapple with the scientific, technological, and policy issues that come with such a robotic venture. Members will discuss the best strategy for hauling Red Planet rock and dirt to Earth. Harry McSween, UT professor of Earth
Derek Alderman, a UT geography professor who studies southern memory and commemorative culture, was featured in a discussion on National Public Radio’s show A1 about Confederate monuments. (August 16 edition) The debate over Confederate monuments and memorials often boils down to history versus hate and it’s heating up again. A group of activists in Durham,
At 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 5, the university will capture the official enrollment data for Fall 2017. Accurate records are essential for our reporting efforts.
Office of the University Registrar will provide free replacement diplomas for graduates who lose theirs in flooding that’s resulted from Hurricane Harvey.
As Houston deals with catastrophic flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a UT admissions recruiter in that Texas city is still on the job—offering her support to both prospective students in Houston and students she helped bring to Knoxville.