Professor Aleydis Van de Moortel, head of the Department of Classics, recognized years ago that her younger college students often struggled with one of their most common assignments: writing a research paper. To guide them through the process, she provides her students with step-by-step instruction. Here’s her advice, boiled down to eight simple steps.
The National Endowment for the Humanities featured Aleydis Van de Moortel’s project, an excavation of the small Greek islet of Mitrou, which dates back to the Bronze Age.
With the new academic year, nine schools and departments are welcoming new directors and heads.
Abby Durick, a junior classical archaeology student and Haslam Scholar, was on a team that recently uncovered the rich grave of a warrior dating back to the late Bronze Age.
Archaeologist, Aleydis Van de Moortel, Lindsay Young Associate Professor in Classics at UT, will present “Conversations with Ancients: Uncovering Life in the Bronze Age in Mitrou, Greece” on Tuesday, April 7, in the Conversations and Cocktails series.
The UT Humanities Center is extending the campus classroom to the Orangery. In partnership with the Knoxville restaurant, the center is launching a series called “Conversations and Cocktails” starting in January.
The College of Arts and Sciences celebrated outstanding faculty with awards in advising, teaching, research, outreach, and service during its annual Winter Convocation last week.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Arts and Sciences Pregame Faculty Showcase continues this week with Aleydis Van de Moortel, associate professor of classics. She will lead a discussion on her archaeological work from the prehistoric site of Mitrou, Greece, this Saturday, Sept. 26, before the Vols home game against Ohio University. It begins