The Knoxville News Sentinel interviewed Robert Durán, assistant professor of sociology, for a story about the reasons that drive Knoxville gang membership.
Smithsonian Magazine recently interviewed Vladimir Dinets, assistant research professor of psychology and an animal behaviorist, for a story about new threats to crocodiles, animals that have long been considered indestructible.
In “A New Home for the Sciences,” Laboratory Design describes the plans for construction of the new Strong Hall Science Laboratory Facility. Scheduled to be completed in December, the building will house the anthropology, earth and planetary sciences, chemistry, and biology departments.
For an article in the Home Palate series in the Knoxville Mercury, Dennis Perkins attended a UT Culinary Program challenge featuring student chef Brandon Hill.
The Office of Communications and Marketing’s Michael Purdy, senior interactive art director, and Leigh Shoemaker, assistant director of creative communications, were recently interviewed by Responsive Web Design Podcast about the redesign of UT’s website.
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured a report by David Patterson, the director of UT’s Doctor of Social Work program.
A recent Times Free Press article profiles Millicent Smith, a UT alumna, and her work with embattled people worldwide.
The Christian Science Monitor featured the research of political science professor Anthony Nownes in a story examining whether celebrity endorsements could help or hurt candidates in the presidential race.
Nathan Kelly, associate professor of political science, wrote this column for The Hill tackling several topics including financial deregulation, the Republican Party repeating history and Democrats’ need to break from the recent past.
The Knoxville Mercury highlighted Chris Hebert’s new novel, Angels of Detroit, in this story.