Nicholas Coles, social psychology PhD student at UT, explains the relationship between smiling more and feeling happier.
UT is joining a network of colleges and universities and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to develop new methods of preventing sexual harassment in higher education.
For the first time, a team of scholars and archaeologists has recorded and interpreted Cherokee inscriptions in Manitou Cave, Alabama.
New research by a global team of scientists has resulted in significant strides in ornithological classification and identified possible causes of diversity among modern bird species.
From the inside out: that’s the approach Juan Luis Jurat-Fuentes takes when it comes to controlling the fall armyworm, a major threat to food supplies in Africa.
Jacob Dein, a graduate student studying geography, has received a 2019 American Geographical Society (AGS) Council Fellowship for his research studying the impact of noise pollution in urban spaces.
During her years as a medical social worker, social work PhD student Aubrey Jones watched her patients struggle with emotional and psychological stresses brought on by mental health issues, including body image. Jones said she recognized how different aspects of her patients’ health were connected. “I wanted to set up our patients up to go
Pellissippi State Community College and Cumberland University saw increased enrollment and degree completion in the four years since Tennessee Promise, the state’s flagship community college access program, was launched, according to studies by UT’s Postsecondary Education Research Center.
UT’s Office of Title IX is one of only eight groups selected to present during prevention-focused breakout sessions of a national conference on sexual assault at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, April 4–5.
This Saturday is Research Day, an annual event that invites high-achieving high school juniors and seniors to UT to explore research opportunities.
Jeremy Smith, Governor’s Chair for Molecular Biophysics, discusses how supercomputers can help find new drugs for diseases like cancer and diabetes.
A College of Law professor and former judge has been recognized for her work with a 2019 SEC Faculty Achievement Award.