Krist Bronstad and Mark Baggett are UT Libraries’ faculty members who are “Going the Extra Mile.”
Avigail Sachs and Liz Teston are “Going the Extra Mile” in the College of Architecture and Design.
Michelle Commander, Kristina Gordon, Greg Tardy, and Ben Xue are the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Appreciation Week honorees for “Going the Extra Mile” in their classrooms.
The role of the state in defining and regulating marriage. The right of birth parents to choose adoptive parents for their children. The legal liability parents might face if they choose not to vaccinate their children and their children make others sick. Those are just a few of the headline-making issues Professor Teri Baxter examines
Susan Groenke tries to figure out how to motivate adolescents to read and write—and then shares that knowledge with current and future teachers. Groenke teaches a variety of courses that allow her students to hone their teaching skills in true classroom settings. Angela Wozencroft’s career is an ongoing exercise in experiential learning. She oversees UT
Matt Gray and Joanne Logan are recognized for “Going the Extra Mile” in their teaching in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
Kelly Hewett and Kathy Coleman Wood are the Haslam College of Business “Going the Extra Mile” honorees for Faculty Appreciation Week.
Courtney Childers and Courtney Wright are the College of Communication and Information’s honorees for Faculty Appreciation Week.
John Orme and Uma Rao are the College of Social Work’s honorees for Faculty Appreciation Week.
Jeff Biskup and Katie Tolbert are the College of Veterinary Medicine faculty being honored for “Going the Extra Mile” for their students. An assistant professor and small-animal internist, Tolbert works to learn more about animal diseases and new safe treatment options. Although Biskup’s clinical interest is in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, within a span
Karen Lasater and Carole Myers are recognized as “Going the Extra Mile” for College of Nursing students and the communities they serve.
Butch Irick, a research assistant professor of mechanical engineering, has been in the driver’s seat as hybrid vehicle technology has moved from experimental to commonplace. Chuck Melcher, director of the Scintillation Materials Research Center, is conducting research that has applications in fighting both terrorism and cancer.