As part of the Southern University Garden Tour, HGTV visited UT Gardens for a photo slideshow on their website. The twenty-eight images show a wide variety of bright blooms, container plantings, and peaceful viewing spots from the gardens.
Timothy Munyon, assistant professor of management, spoke to Main Street about how Millennials aspire to leadership roles representing a shift in attitudes in the workplace.
Kristina Coop Gordon, a UT psychology professor who specializes in the study and treatment of relationship dysfunction, was interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio on whether views on infidelity are changing in relation to the recent hacking of the Ashley Madison website.
Dan Feller, professor of history, was a judge of the History Hounds dog costume contest during this weekend’s East Tennessee History Fair. He was featured in this News Sentinel video about the qualifications used to critique the pooches and how the ultimate winners were chosen.
The San Antonio Express-News recently featured the research of Bruce Tonn, professor of political science, in a story examining what the future of cities would be like if climate change and sustainability issues were tackled by the year 2050. Read the story here. Tonn was the lead researcher on a paper about a sustainable energy system
Maurice Stucke, professor of law, twice spoke to Fortune magazine recently about possible technology mergers and a Supreme Court business licensing ruling.
The Pride of the Southland Marching Band will be featured this week on The Weather Channel as part of the network’s “Heat Week” shows. As part of “Heat Week,” the network—which airs on channel 58.1 on campus—highlights jobs and activities that take place outside during the hottest part of the year.
Move-in weekend, Welcome Week activities, the launch of new safety measures, and this week’s start of the fall semester drew wide coverage from local and regional media outlets.
Adam Tamburin of The Tennessean reported on UT’s growing focus on recruiting transfer students.
The Centaur Excavations of Volos, an art exhibit brought to Hodges Library by Beauvais Lyons, professor of art, and Neil Greenberg, emeritus professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, is featured in an article on the Mental Floss website.