After 34 years with IBM, Mark Dean feels right back at home in his new office in the Min Kao
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The Earth has a shield which can protect it from damaging solar particles. However, this shield can be infiltrated and the result can be a disruption of power grids and communications networks, and radiation on Earth. Researchers using supercomputers at the National Institute for Computational Sciences are creating a topological map of Earth’s magnetosphere, allowing them to closely study how space weather affects our magnetosphere.
Derek Alderman, geography department head, was interviewed by MSNBC for a story which takes a look back at Martin Luther
Earth and Planetary Sciences Professor Harry “Hap” McSween was featured by WATE-TV. He is on a two-year run of accolades.
Celeste Baine, a biomedical engineer, director of the Engineering Education Service Center, and the award-winning author of more than twenty books on engineering careers and education, will be a guest speaker at the College of Engineering’s Gala Celebration of 175 years of engineering instruction on October 4. The event caps off a full day of events
Several news outlets including WBIR-TV covered the opening of the new John D. Tickle Engineering Building this fall. Officials gave a tour of the five-story, 110,000-square-foot building which has been under construction for more than two-and-a-half years. It will house the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering.
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured an article about the growth of the College of Engineering. Over the last five years,
WBIR-TV and WATE-TV and other local outlets featured a UT study which analyzed the dilemmas in sustaining red light camera
George Dodds, chair of the graduate architecture program, was interviewed by USA Today about sustainable building. He said there is
Gary Ramsey, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing, and nursing student Theresa Benedikter spoke to WBIR’s Beth