UT Libraries holds thousands of unique documents and artifacts relating to America’s participation in World Wars I and II.
Earther featured a study lead by researchers from UT and the University of Vermont about the climate model that factors in how humans react to climate change.
UT political scientist Anthony Nownes weighs-in on the political race in Tennessee and former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen’s run for U.S. Senate.
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.
Political science professor Michael Fitzgerald spoke to WBIR about the tax reform and the possibility of a government shutdown.
In the drive to survive changing climates, larger herbivores may fare slightly better than their smaller competitors.
Humans may be the dominant cause of global temperature rise, but they may also be a crucial factor in helping to reduce it.
James Fellenbaum, director of UT’s orchestras and resident conductor of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, will present a lecture about the famous music of Raiders of the Lost Ark.