The National Institute of Justice has awarded two grants to UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center.
National Park management policy treats commemorative works as historic features reflecting “the knowledge, attitudes, and tastes of the persons who designed and placed them.”
The latest TennCare survey shows positive results for quality of care satisfaction; affordability continues to be the top reason people remain uninsured.
While settler colonial policies can include genocide, they take many forms.
Reducing stress in plants could help improve crop production to feed the world’s population.
The partnership represents continued shared goals of advancing knowledge through practical solutions and progress toward a better future.
Intersectionality refers to the intertwining of different identities such as class, gender and age.
UT won the SEC Machining Competition for the second straight year.
The pandemic, despite its chaos, shed light on the importance of university communities and local economies.
The collaboration between UT and CHS advances health-related workforce development, equity in clinical practice, and community well-being in Tennessee through innovation and discovery.
UT’s grant will increase tree canopy coverage, reduce stormwater runoff, mitigate extreme heat and bring ecosystem services to underserved communities in East Knoxville.
Christian and Muslim communities have been neighbors in the area around Gaza for over 1,300 years.