The politics of white identity have resurfaced in recent years in our national discourse and on college campuses.
In an article in Diverse Education, UT geography professor Derek Alderman teamed up with Penn State University professor Joshua Inwood, to discuss why the Martin Luther King federal holiday should be moved to April 4.
WBIR was on hand to cover the second Knoxville Women’s March, which drew 14,000 to downtown on January 21. UT history professor Lynn Sacco said that women have been marching since the 20th century.
Political science professor Richard Pacelle stopped by WBIR to share his thoughts on how the government shutdown may effect East Tennessee.
In a trend that echoes the U.S.-Mexico border debate, some say that calling non-native animals “foreigners” and “invaders” only worsens the problem, according to an article in Smithsonian Magazine. UT ecologist Daniel Simberloff feels that those who believe this deny the existence of climate change.
UT sociology professor Victor Ray has been named the new editor of the Inside Higher Ed column “Conditionally Accepted.”
More than 400 members of the Volunteer community turned out Friday afternoon to plaster a rainbow of handprints on the Rock.
How does the university spend the money collected from the various mandatory fees you pay?
The supply chain faculty in UT’s Haslam College of Business earned the top ranking for research productivity in the world from the Transportation Journal.
UT has a policy for visitors bringing bags into campus venues to enhance safety and expedite entry into events.