The Pride Center Ambassadors are hosting a gathering of healing, support, and peace at 6:00 p.m. today in Hodges Library in response to the attack on a nightclub that killed more than fifty people and wounded fifty-three more in Orlando, Florida.
Forbes magazine recently ranked UT among the country’s top places to work in higher education. That may be news to some, but not to UT’s employees. Many faculty and staff have spent most, if not all, of their careers on Rocky Top.
Hillary Herndon, associate professor in the School of Music and a Community Engagement Incentive Grant winner, along with some of her students, have begun their summer collaborating with local administrators and teachers at a school in Moshi, Tanzania, to introduce some of the school’s students to their first string instruments.
Communication Studies student Amelia Young will be spending her summer interning at Seacrest Studios in Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
Nearly a third of all patients undergoing heart surgery experience kidney failure, yet little is known about why kidney injury occurs or how to prevent it. Now, for the first time, a team including NIMBioS researchers have investigated the causes of kidney injury, using a mathematical model that simulates typical open-heart surgery and the effects on a rat kidney.
Can Huang, an electrical engineering doctoral candidate who was recently honored with the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad.
Students in high school and middle school are getting a chance to take a deeper look into future possibilities in STEM through Volkswagen-sponsored Engineering VOLunteers for Tenth Graders.
Alina Clay, a junior from Memphis, is one of ten undergraduates selected from an applicant pool representing more than 160 universities nationwide to receive a prestigious 2016 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship.
Celebrating employees and their individual successes reminds everyone how each employee contributes to the ultimate success of the university as a whole.
Luther Allison, a junior jazz student and drummer in the School of Music, made his professional debut on jazz trombonist Michael Dease’s newest album, Father Figure, which was released on April 22.