Students in College of Architecture and Design Professor Ted Shelton’s fourth-year Architecture Integrations studio embarked on a unique experience this fall to contribute to designs for the planned new Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre.
A study conducted by Stanford University researchers named 156 UT faculty members among the top 2 percent of scientists in the world for research citations.
While scientists agree that most biological diversity originated in the tropics, the jury is still out on how tropical species diversity formed and how it is maintained. A new study by UT researchers published in Science addresses these long-standing questions.
Researchers at UT Knoxville and the University of Texas at Austin have a new hypothesis about our solar system’s early years—and they weren’t peaceful.
This month the American Association for the Advancement of Science announced the election of Joshua Fu and Gladys Alexandre as 2020 AAAS Fellows.
Growing up in a family of UT fans, Keely Williams always felt the Volunteer spirit of service, with a personal goal of helping children and families in East Tennessee. She graduates this week with a BA in psychology.
Christopher Ojeda, an assistant professor of political science, and his colleague Claudia Landwehr, recently published a letter in American Political Science Review arguing that people with symptoms of depression are less likely to be politically active.
For two decades, professor Tim Ezzell and his students have led dozens of community projects in Appalachian communities across Tennessee as part of a federal applied research program to spur economic development in the region.
When University of Tennessee, Knoxville, PhD candidate Erica Grant was an undergraduate physics major, a visit to a hacker convention in Las Vegas inspired her to try to improve the security of smart locks. Her invention, Quamtum Lock, is now a finalist in the 2020 Collegiate Inventors Competition.
Karns Middle School music teacher Kami Lunsford, a 2006 music education alumna, was named Tennessee Teacher of the Year for the 2020–21 academic year.
Maya Bian (’20), a recent graduate of the College Scholars program, was selected as a winner in the prestigious Global Undergraduate Awards competition for her work on long-term care in China, where her extended family lives.
When Elizabeth Derryberry saw how dramatically traffic decreased during shutdowns to limit the spread of COVID-19, the University of Knoxville, Tennessee, professor wondered how the reduced noise might affect bird song.