After the pandemic forced classes online, “We did a statewide survey about how courts were handling eviction cases in each county,” said Professor Wendy Bach in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law.
Dean Emeritus Doug Blaze, who is also the Art Stolnitz and Elvin E. Overton Distinguished Professor, has agreed to serve as dean of the College of Law on an interim basis beginning July 1.
This fall, a group of UT students will learn more about health-care systems in the Americas thanks to a collaboration between the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the College of Nursing to host a Diplomacy Lab.
A digital volume of the Correspondence of James K. Polk, comprising letters from April 1848 to June 1849 was recently published by Newfound Press.
Alexander Tripp, a junior majoring in political science, will travel to Washington, DC, to present his undergraduate research project at the 23rd annual Posters on the Hill on April 29 and 30.
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will host one of two simultaneous statewide Tennessee Campus Civic Summits on Friday, March 29.
Richard Pacelle, head of UT’s Department of Political Science, discussed the Democratic candidates and what can be expected from the upcoming primary season.
After six days of peace talks in Qatar, the government of Afghanistan and the Taliban appear closer to an agreement that could end US troops’ 17-year presence in the country.
UT alumna Shuwanza Goff made political history with the shift of the House majority to the Democratic Party.
Former United States Representative Zach Wamp and former Ambassador Tim Roemer will participate in a panel discussion on political reform and bipartisanship Monday.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will host the C-SPAN Bus on Thursday, January 17, as a part of the cable network’s Southern Swing tour.
A faculty member and a group of graduate students from UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media will be providing real-time election analysis for WVLT tonight.