Science and engineering research by four UT students will continue through fellowship support for their graduate studies.
UT has been named a 2020–21 Fulbright US Student top-producing institution, ranking seventh among all public research universities and standing as the top-ranked SEC school for the third straight year.
Geoffrey Herd’s passion for the violin is infectious. His enthusiasm has attracted students from China, Thailand, and throughout the US to study at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Now he is sharing his love of stringed instruments closer to home.
Joan Bienvenue has been selected as the first executive director of the Oak Ridge Institute at the University of Tennessee, established last year to align the expertise and infrastructure of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the university in support of world-leading research and talent development.
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.
UT’s Substance Misuse Community of Scholars is a collective of researchers working diligently to address opioid use disorder and its impact on the lives of Tennesseans.
With 16 students receiving Fulbright US Student Awards in 2019–20, UT ranks seventh among public research universities and is the top-ranked SEC school.
Matthew Mench will serve as the university’s interim vice chancellor for research and engagement beginning December 1.
Alexander Tripp, a junior majoring in political science, will travel to Washington, DC, to present his undergraduate research project at the 23rd annual Posters on the Hill on April 29 and 30.
UT has reported its most impressive research year on record for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018, with $260 million in expenditures.
The Southeastern Conference announced Monday that all 14 of its member institutions have achieved the highest designation for research activity by the Carnegie Foundation.
Every year, 60 students present their undergraduate research on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. This year, UT junior Taylor Payne will be among them as she presents her research project Neurological Disease Detection Using Laser Technology.