Hundreds of people flocked to downtown Knoxville on Sunday for the third annual Knoxville Asian Festival. UT staff and students volunteered their time and efforts to contribute to the success of the celebration.
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College of Nursing faculty members Nan Gaylord and Lynda Hardy have been named to the American Academy of Nursing‘s 2016 class of new fellows.
The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded a grant for more than $200,000 to UT’s Department of History for the James K. Polk Project, as reported by the Knoxville News Sentinel.
Prison museums are proliferating and more popular than ever. Michelle Brown, associate professor of sociology, weighs in on the reasoning behind re-purposing former prisons into museum
The Conversation interviewed Asafa Jalata of sociology about country-wide protests in Ethiopia.
WVLT-TV Local 8 Now and the Daily Beacon featured an essay by Marilyn Kallet, UT professor of English and a poet. Her essay is in response to crises that have occurred in the nation and the world.
WVLT-TV Local 8 Now interviewed Dawnie Steadman, director of UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center, for a story examining why more and more people are choosing to forgo burials upon death and instead donate their bodies to science.
A graduate student in the Department of Chemistry has designed the cover art for a recent issue of a well-known industry journal.
Lola Alapo from the Office of Communications and Marketing spoke with WUOT 91.9 FM about spending two weeks this summer teaching English in China. She was one of a group of twenty-eight UT faculty, staff, and students who took the trip.
The Knoxville Mercury highlighted this year’s line up for Public Cinema, a series showing recent independent movies from around the world. UT’s Paul Harrill and Darren Hughes launched the Public Cinema a year ago.