Lynne Parker is stepping down as interim dean of the Tickle College of Engineering to serve as assistant director for artificial intelligence for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Greg Tardy will take a five-week hiatus this semester to go on tour with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, led by Wynton Marsalis.
Garriy Shteynberg will lead a three-year study to examine how Americans’ social and political attitudes have grown more extreme.
David Manderscheid took over as provost and senior vice chancellor on July 1 and has spent the past few weeks getting to know campus and finding his way around Knoxville.
Mayor Madeline Rogero named Marilyn Kallet Poet Laureate for the City of Knoxville in a ceremony in June.
Two faculty members in the Tickle College of Engineering have received Early Career Awards from the Department of Energy for their work in nuclear fusion and structural materials for nuclear energies, respectively.
Stacia West, an assistant professor in the College of Social Work, will spend about two years evaluating the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration project.
A new device under development by a nuclear engineering professor will allow doctors to dispense accurate dosages of a drug made with actinium-225.
Faculty, staff, and students were honored by outside organizations in recent months.
Lynne E. Parker has been named interim dean of the Tickle College of Engineering.
The partnership looks to improve everything from patient wait times to recovery from surgery.
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.