The Acceleration of Cultural Change: From Ancestors to Algorithms, co-written by UT anthropology professor Alex Bentley and Texas A&M professor Michael O’Brien, was recently featured in Inside Higher Ed.
The UT Forensic Anthropology Center is home to what has been dubbed the ‘Body Farm.’
A team from Lincoln Memorial University hopes to develop better methods of estimating the postmortem interval by studying biomarkers in bone marrow, according to a story in Forensic Magazine.
For the 11th consecutive year, the Clarence Brown Theatre is showing the Charles Dickens classic holiday tradition, “A Christmas Carol.”
UT theatre professor Jed Diamond plays the role of Ebenezer Scrooge in the Clarence Brown Theatre’s version of “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens. The Knoxville News Sentinel featured a time-lapse video of Diamond as he transforms himself into character before a performance.
Third-graders from Walland Elementary school had the chance to play with an augmented reality sandbox created by UT.
UT flute professor Shelley Binder was recently featured on WBIR-TV Channel 10 highlighting her family ties to the Titanic disaster of 1912. After years of researching her family’s survival that night, Binder decided to teach a class to first-year students about the history of the Titanic. Read the full story online.
The McClung Museum in collaboration with Bridge Refugee Services in Knoxville, will host a Global Community Family Fun Day from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, December 2.