Hollie Raynor, associate professor of nutrition and director of public health nutrition at UT, and research chair of the weight-management dietetic practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, was interviewed for an article about the misunderstood research into whether eating more-frequent meals boosts metabolism.
WBIR Channel 10 highlighted UT’s Educators Hall of Honor, which recognizes educators who have significantly influenced students’ lives. The induction ceremony took place this week and recognized educators including renowned poet Nikki Giovanni and six others. The station interviewed Giovanni in downtown Knoxville. Watch it here. Other media outlets also featured the hall of honor, including the Tennessean.
A recent breakthrough in laser technology was made possible with the help of Jiaqiang Yan and David Mandrus.
Robert Glaze follows Union Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman’s path through North Carolina.
The Philadelphia Inquirer recently interviewed David Clarke, the director of UT’s Center for Transportation Research, about rail safety.
Four UT architecture professors are featured in premier magazine Architectural Record for designing and constructing Old Briar, a farm in rural western Tennessee that fits seamlessly into its natural surroundings. The architecture magazine highlighted the work of Applied Research, the firm under which the professors worked. The professors are Brian Ambroziak, Tricia Stuth, Ted Shelton, and Katherine Ambroziak.
WUOT 91.9 fm has featured UT’s Southeast Regional Tuba and Euphonium conference in this story. The event, which is being held this weekend, has brought hundreds of tuba and euphonium players and aficionados to Knoxville. WUOT also interviewed Kelly Thomas, UT professor of tuba and euphonium, about the respect and admiration the tuba commands.
The Symbiartic SciArt Roundup: Exhibits On View Now list includes the McClung Museum exhibit The Flora and Fauna of Catesby, Mason, and Audubon.
Philip Enquist, UT’s Governor’s Chair for High Performance Energy Practices in Urban Environments, will lead the design of Egypt’s new capital city. The news was featured in a recent article at ConstructionWeekOnline.com. Enquist and a team from his firm, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, will design the $45 billion capital city to meet the needs of a modern
Red Orbit featured the research of microbiologist Jill Mikucki that examined what is beneath Blood Falls, a five-story tall Antarctic phenomenon that looks like a bleeding glacier. Mikucki was part of an international team of researchers that recently tapped into the source of the brine leaking out of the falls, a reservoir that has sat there