A new form of electron microscopy allows researchers to examine nanoscale tubular materials while they are “alive” and forming liquids—a first in the field.
Playgrounds that mimic the natural environment have physical and mental benefits for preschool children, according to a study published last month in Children, Youth, and Environments and coauthored by professors at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Regular listeners to Knoxville’s NPR station will hear a very familiar set of pipes next month—Chrissy Keuper is returning to WUOT.
On June 29, Vols across the country are invited to join together in a day of service under the motto “One Day. One Family. All Vols.”
The Board of Trustees approved a $1.246 billion budget for the 2019–20 fiscal year Friday as well as a 2 percent tuition increase—one of the lowest tuition increases in the university’s history.
Leanna Belew, who has worked at the Knoxville Convention Center and Visit Knoxville, is the executive director of UT Conferences and Non-Credit Programs.
Sport-based service is the theme of an upcoming study abroad trip for 15 student–athletes in the VOLeaders Academy.
As the John C. Hodges Chair of Excellence in the UT Department of English, Professor Joy Harjo encouraged her students to pay attention to the details of life in order to develop the craft to speak and write with knowledge, compassion, and fluency.
Samantha Ehrlich, assistant professor in the Department of Public Health, was recognized earlier this month by the American Diabetes Association.
During the first two weeks of June, the Forensic Anthropology Facility welcomed 48 law enforcement officers from all over the country to its Outdoor Recovery Course.
Forbes magazine has ranked UT among the top 10 employers in Tennessee, according to its first-ever ranking of America’s employers by state.
Claudio Gómez has been named the first Jefferson Chapman Executive Director of the McClung Museum.