The application period for the Boyd Venture Challenge, a seed-fund grant that awards up to $20,000 to student-owned startup companies each fall and spring semester, opens October 11.
Dolly Parton’s TV movie “Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love,” received an Emmy nomination for best TV movie this summer. In an interview with the New York Times, she discussed her reaction to the honor, her family, and the UT course bearing her name. The course Dolly’s America, taught by Lynn Sacco, associate professor of
UT’s Haslam College of Business will gather analytics experts from across the country October 11–13 for its semiannual Business Analytics Forum.
Christy Leppanen, a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, recently published a review that describes the scope in which invasive species threaten bats. The review summarizes the threats according to four categories: predation, disease, competition, and indirect interactions. Leppanen and her co-author identified threats of 37 invasive species to
Science magazine featured as its cover story the neutrino discovery of a team of scientists including Yuri Efremenko, a professor of physics. After more than a year of operation at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the COHERENT experiment, using the world’s smallest neutrino detector, found a big fingerprint of the elusive, electrically neutral particles that interact only weakly
Faculty members are invited to join Interim Provost John Zomchick and the vice provosts at Coffee and Conversation.
The Student Health Center Pharmacy is administering flu vaccines that are available to faculty, staff, and students. No appointments are necessary to receive the vaccine.
Over the past 30 years many changes have occurred inside its walls, but Hodges Library has always been the heart of campus.
A member of the Volunteer family has passed away. Michael Feehan, of Germantown, Tennessee, was a freshman studying accounting.
Campus organizations are gearing up for a host of fall- and Halloween-themed events.
Posters bearing slogans about civility, free speech, and other timely topics will be displayed clothesline-style and distributed along the John Ward-Joe Johnson Pedestrian Mall on Friday.
A growing number of UT students are opting to study, conduct research, serve, and do internships abroad.