The eighth annual UT McClung Museum Civil War Lecture Series kicks off on January 28.
Successful resolutions start with a plan. Craft a goal with four simple steps from Nancy Scott, director of leadership development programs at the Haslam College of Business.
Renaming roads in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. is part of a watershed movement to rewrite and reclaim US history in a way that incorporates the contributions of people of color.
Michelle Brown, associate professor of sociology, explores the ethical issues involved with settling space on the Making New Worlds podcast.
Henri Grissino-Mayer is leading a team of students who will use dendrochronology—the science of dating tree rings—to determine the age of cabin logs that could trace back to Abraham Lincoln’s lifetime.
Greeneville Sun: Daniel Feller shares Andrew Jackson stories with the Greene County Heritage Trust.
Henri Grissino-Mayer analyzes and dates the wood in a bass.
Daniel Feller, professor of history, appeared on C-SPAN and the Australian Broadcasting Company’s TV show, Planet America, to discuss President Andrew Jackson.
The Brattleboro Reformer featured Mark Hulsether, a UT religious studies professor, in an opinion piece examining a new Vermont law and contraceptive coverage.
The resort towns nestled at the base of the Smoky Mountains experienced their first—but not last—wildfires.
UT English professor Margaret Lazarus Dean interviewed astronaut and UT alum Scott Kelly after his memoir Endurance was released earlier this year. Dean is the co-author of the book about Kelly’s year aboard the International Space Station. The interview appeared December 7 in New Yorker magazine.
Two faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences will appear on radio and television this weekend. Misty Anderson’s interview about Dickens and Christmas will air at 3 p.m. Saturday, December 9, on NewsTalk 98.7 FM. Daniel Feller’s presentation about Andrew Jackson and the Bank War, will air at 8 p.m. Sunday, December 10,