When Brendan McConville, an associate professor of music at UT, went to Italy on a Fulbright in 2016, he spent six months soaking up and recording the sounds of the country.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will host Princess Diana: An Intimate Portrait, a fundraiser featuring dinner, dancing, and diamonds, at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 5.
NIMBioS’s Sergey Gavrilets recently received a grant from the US Department of Defense for a project that will develop new mathematical modeling tools to investigate political revolutions and the resilience of human societies to shocks.
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.
UT microbiology assistant professor Karen Lloyd interviewed with the host of Brigham Young University’s Radio show, ‘Top of Mind’ with Julie Rose.
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.
Steven Wilhelm, a microbiologist who is developing methods that could help scientists understand and mitigate the effects of bacteria and algal blooms in oceans and large lakes, has been named a James R. Cox Professor.
Coal mining, under current US regulations, has significantly reduced the abundance and variety of fish, invertebrates, salamanders, and other aquatic life in streams.
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.
In Inside Higher Ed’s ‘Conditionally Accepted’ column, sociology professor Victor Ray explains why it is necessary to use our academic skills to analyze our own disciplines.
Dawnie Steadman shared with WVLT that while UT’s forensic research has sparked many books and television shows, the work is not always quick to yield results as it might appear in a work of fiction.