The User-Experience Lab supports interdisciplinary research by faculty, researchers, and graduate students. The UXL has instrumentation that can explore users’ experiences with technology by making accurate, empirical measurements as users perform tasks on a product or system.
Last month on social media the university asked Vol Nation for stories of Vols who got married on Rocky Top or proposed on the Hill. Your stories of #BigOrangeLove were overwhelming and remind everyone that all you need is love. And Rocky Top.
A record number of students turned out for the spring Engineering Expo. All told, 427 students visited with potential employers and lined up more than 700 interviews for paid internship and co-op positions from the fifty-six companies in attendance.
Thanks and congratulations to the many students, faculty, and staff who helped the 2014–15 Campus Chest campaign exceed its goal. The Knoxville-area campaign raised $624,918, which is 101 percent of its goal of $620,000.
The final meeting of UT’s Sexual Assault and Misconduct Task Force will be held at noon on Thursday, February 12, in the University Center’s Shiloh Room.
David Cobb, Troy Provost-Heron, and Dargan Southard, students in the School of Journalism and Electronic Media, have hit a grand slam in the internship world: each has won a coveted internship to write for Major League Baseball’s website.
Members of The Big Orange Combine — UT students and staff who attended the Super Bowl — appeared on WBIR‘s
In celebration of Black History Month, faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in the African American Read-In from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 27, in Hodges Library.
The 2015–16 Life of the Mind book will be The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henriquez. It’s a fictional tale about two immigrant families—one from Mexico and one from Panama—who come to America in search of better lives.
Ask-A-Scientist started when scientist Matt Bishop was having his car towed in Los Alamos, New Mexico, last summer and the tow truck driver and his son asked him questions ranging from robotics to genetics.