The College of Architecture and Design joined project leader Oak Ridge National Laboratory and close to 20 industry partners Wednesday to unveil a 3-D-printed building and vehicle that produce and share energy. The shared energy system—Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy, or AMIE—demonstrates the integration of generating, using, and storing electrical power. Both the building and vehicle were built using the additive manufacturing process of 3-D printing.
A team of Master of Business Administration students from UT’s Haslam College of Business placed third in an entrepreneurial pitch competition at the 2015 Southeastern Conference Symposium earlier this week in Atlanta.
The legal editor of BuzzFeed and a California college professor who is an expert on community, identity, and diversity will headline Diversity and Inclusion Week in the College of Communication and Information.
Wanda DeWaard, environmental educator at Earth Kin, will discuss how citizen science can help save the save the monarch at this week’s Science Forum. Her talk, “The Mystery and Magic of Monarch Butterflies,” will be held at noon in Room C-D of Thompson-Boling Arena on Friday, September 25.
In addition to the recent upgrades to UT Alert that have improved text delivery speed and added digital signs and campus cable television, the newest way to receive emergency messages is on your computer monitor. The same message that goes out as a UT Alert text will appear on your desktop computer. Download the Alertus client software from the OIT website.
An online safety course is available on Online@UT from the Office of Emergency Management. Learn what to do to be prepared for when disaster strikes.
In just three years, 300 Precious Prints charms have been given to local families grieving the loss of a child as a special way to remember them, thanks to a student-led project in UT’s College of Nursing. Sprint for the Prints 5K, a family friendly race benefiting the program, will take place at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 26, at Circle Park.
Centro Hispano de East Tennessee is a community center developed by the Latino Task Force and its umbrella organization, the Community Economic Development Network of East Tennessee, and serves as a gathering place for the growing Hispanic population in our community. A broad-reaching partnership connects Centro Hispano with their roles as socially responsible citizens in an increasingly bilingual country.
The Department of Environmental Health and Safety is offering five CPR/AED Classes during September and October. Cost is $25 per person. Classes will be held on September 22 and 30, and October 7 and 9.
Five undergraduate students from UT are making a difference in the lives of people who live more than 8,000 miles away. The team developed Clean Cycle, a project to help dispose of trash along India’s roadways. Clean Cycle was born out of a service-learning class within the Haslam College of Business that teaches business management skills in a real-world context.