Mustapha Williams fell in love with architecture while sketching the Nashville skyline as a middle school student. After five years at UT, coupled with a major scholarship award and study abroad trip, he has expanded his horizons—figuratively and literally. Williams, of Nashville, graduates Friday with a bachelor’s degree in architecture.
The Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research will be researching the effects of career technical education programs in K–12 schools to share with policymakers across the country.
Senior Chet Guthrie is part curiosity seeker, part ghost hunter, and part thrill seeker—all with a video camera in hand. Guthrie, of Cleveland, Tennessee, graduates Saturday with a double major in journalism and forestry with a concentration in recreation management.
Carolyn Hodges, professor of German, co-authored an article for Inside Higher Ed sharing leadership lessons learned as a black female dean.
Helen Baghdoyan answered Academic Minute’s question: what is the best way to treat opioid addiction?
Vejas Liulevicius spoke with WBIR about detailing the lives of Knoxville veterans thanks to an award from the Veterans Legacy Program.
Amanda Womac, director of communications for the College of Arts and Sciences, and Mark Harmon, professor of journalism, won awards in the 2017 Golden Press Card awards contest, hosted by the East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists.
UT’s Center for Sport, Peace, and Society is hosting a series of campus and community events designed to celebrate sport and inclusion at the university.
In a recent letter to the editor of the News Sentinel, UT math professor Conrad Plaut explains that the faculty previously interviewed by the News Sentinel concerning the enhanced post-tenure performance review proposed by the Board of Trustees, don’t speak for all UT faculty.
What does tenure mean to UT faculty? Tenure means protection for faculty to do their job, according to UT history professor Monica Black in a recent letter to the News Sentinel editor.
Sociology faculty member Meghan Conley shared her thoughts about the struggles of a being a peacemaker in a recent News Sentinel column.
In a recent interview with WBIR, English assistant professor Jessi Grieser finds that your accent may be the reason your phone doesn’t understand you. Grieser, who focuses on sociolinguistics, says that we speak in fluid sounds that all kind of run together.