College kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Virginia Kupritz and Professor Mark Littman in the College of Communication and Information.
College Kudos: Get to know associate professors Tricia Hepner, Sarah Lowe, and Jay Rubenstein, and Chancellor’s Professor Suzanne Lenhart, all from the College of Arts and Sciences.
It’s Valentine’s Day and the second day of Faculty Appreciation Week—a perfect time to say a heartfelt thanks to faculty who bring big ideas to life each day in the classroom, through their research and through community service. See how we’re thanking faculty today, and watch a video of students thanking their favorite professors.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Provost Susan Martin reflect on their own college experiences and some of the faculty members who played important roles in their lives.
College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Melissa Bowers, Associate Professor Terry Esper, and Professor Dan Flint from the College of Business Administration.
College Kudos: Get to know Associate Professor Michael Higdon and Professor Glenn Reynolds from the College of Law.
In order to meet regulatory requirements the university must conduct a periodic inventory of chemicals on campus. In support of this effort departments with chemicals must submit an inventory to the Department of Environmental Health and Safety by Thursday, March 1. This request only applies to chemicals on the Knoxville campus and not the Agriculture campus.
When he is not analyzing images from Mars, Matt Chojnacki is training on UT’s exercise facilities to ensure he is physically fit for the aerial stunts he performs in Utah every summer. This is because in addition to being a scientist, Chojnacki is a former Olympic skier and a world-record holder.
Historian Paul Freedman of Yale University will deliver the annual Riggsby Lecture on Medieval Mediterranean History and Culture at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, October 13, at the Black Cultural Center at UT Knoxville. Freedman’s lecture is titled “A Phantom Spanish Archive: The Past Slips Through Our Fingers,” and is presented by UT’s Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
UT’s Team Living Light shined bright in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon which concluded this weekend.