Bloomberg.com interviewed Chris Cherry, an associate professor in the College of Engineering’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, for its recent story on some of the safety issues plaguing electronic bicycle use in China.
A group of UT architecture and design students have been hard at work in recent months studying areas of Nashville to
The new UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair, Philip Enquist, has been featured in the Oak Ridge Today online newspaper. He is partner
A new initiative to combine the expertise of Cleveland city officials and UT students got underway with a meeting Monday. Cleveland was chosen to take part in the inaugural year of a new program called the Smart Communities Initiative that will allow students to work with city officials and create proposals on ways to address city planning concerns. Beginning this fall, students and faculty will begin looking at ways to address everything from transportation needs to tourism in Cleveland.
UT’s online social work program has been featured on a list of the “Best Online Social Work Degree Programs” in
The News Sentinel featured UT’s new Grads to Golf program, which teaches women in the Master of Business of Administration program
The News Sentinel this week highlighted the College of Social Work and its efforts to help East Tennessee residents and
UT’s Howard Hall, a Governor’s Chair in the Department of Nuclear Engineering in the College of Engineering, Natalie Manayeva, a research assistant at the Institute for Nuclear Security, and Dean Rice, adjunct faculty member and former congressional aide, have had an article they wrote on the situation in Ukraine featured by CNN and a Czech Republic newspaper, Neviditelný Pes.
Metro Pulse writer Alan Sherrod gave a stellar review of UT’s recent production of the opera Cosi Fan Tutte. Read
Dr. Lee Han, of the College of Engineering’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, recently spoke to The Oregonian about the inherent flaw of cities relying on revenue generated by red light cameras.