The School of Information Sciences will be collecting books for children in Sevier County who lost their possessions in the recent wildfires.
The McClung Museum will host a family fun day celebrating the Chinese New Year from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
For three decades—long before the popularity of the CSI television series—the Forensic Anthropology Center has been on the forefront of forensic anthropology, turning out research and training law enforcement to solve crimes and identify the remains of unknown individuals.
Tennessee’s Spirit Teams competed over the weekend at the 2017 Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association College National Championships at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida.
The Washington Post recently featured UT alumna Jennifer Love, the District of Columbia’s first full-time forensic anthropologist.
Should electric and hybrid vehicles owners pay fees to help fund the nation’s roadways?
What role do alternative fuel vehicles play in the future of the global energy system?
The 2017 legislative session began Tuesday, and in the next few months, thousands of bills and resolutions will be introduced by our elected representatives.
Legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart may not have perished in a plane crash as many have long assumed. A group of researchers believe she died as a castaway on a remote island, and Richard Jantz, professor emeritus of anthropology and director emeritus of UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center, is helping to provide the scientific evidence to back up that claim.
UT alumnus and adjunct faculty member in the Department of Nuclear Engineering Hash Hashemian has been named to a key nuclear advisory board.