In a unique design research studio, Assistant Professor Maged Guerguis and his fifth-year architecture students addressed a school’s need that existed 9,000 miles away.
Students in College of Architecture and Design Professor Ted Shelton’s fourth-year Architecture Integrations studio embarked on a unique experience this fall to contribute to designs for the planned new Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre.
In a studio themed People, Spaces, Experiences and Politics, Associate Professor Liz Teston led her second-year students to investigate societal issues and how they have impacted the built environment of downtown Knoxville, particularly for the Black community.
As the coronavirus pandemic has brought to light many critical issues in America, including the fragility of housing, two studios in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s School of Architecture are addressing the issue head on.
A fiber-composite tower designed and fabricated by Assistant Professor Marshall Prado and his students in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s School of Architecture was recognized with a national award for composites excellence from the American Composites Manufacturers Association, the world’s largest composites-industry trade group.
Tim Dolan, adjunct assistant professor of interior architecture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is pairing students in his fourth-year capstone studio with alumni who are serving as professional mentors.
The newest host of WUOT’s Improvisations jazz program is Taber Gable, a Knoxville native known internationally for his cross-genre musical ability and captivating live performance style.
UT graduate student Caleb Brackney bought a school bus for $3,000, spent another $7,000 to turn it into a tiny house on wheels, and took up residence in the RV he dubbed the Roamer.
WUOT will bring together Katharine Emlen and longtime jazz host John Habel to share their love of world music in a new program, The Sounds Global Show, launching on WUOT-2 at 5 p.m. Sunday, August 23.
When two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, architecture students wound up studying at home during spring semester, they designed a set of proposed solutions for safety and congestion issues on the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty in the Department of Theatre learned in one week to teach acting classes online.
Thanks to WUTK’s amazing listeners and supporters, the station has won Blank Newpaper’s Knoxville’s Finest Radio Station for 2020.