WUOT 91.9 FM interviewed Kate Brown ahead of her Department of History-sponsored lecture at UT this week.
WBIR Channel 10 recently featured Jay Rubenstein in a story about the newest round of MacArthur Fellows, a select group of people who receive the title of “genius” and $625,000 in recognition of their work.
The Nashville Scene highlighted Margaret Lazarus Dean’s recent book, Leaving Orbit: Notes from the Last Days of American Spaceflight.
A company’s $3.5 million expansion in Knoxville is seen in part as a reflection of one-third of its workforce being UT graduates.
Noriko Horiguchi was featured in Kitaab, a blog that seeks to empower and connect Asian writers and readers worldwide.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio, as part of its Mars coverage, re-released a documentary about Terraforming Mars, which featured UT’s Harry “Hap” McSween. The piece examines a massive geo-engineering project of making the dry and barren Red Planet into an Earth-like new home for humanity. McSween noted that terraforming is closer to science fiction than science, and that everything from
Sam Adams, an arborist with Facilities Services, was recently profiled by Environmental Monitor, for his work to save ash trees on campus from the emerald ash borer. Adams has made it his mission to understand the pests and use the best tools available to beat them back.
IACMI serves as one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s highlight points for clean innovation.
The Chancellor’s Big Orange Bus Tour generated media interest from print and broadcast outlets across Tennessee. Many stories featured high school seniors who were notified of their admission to UT. The media coverage of the 1,300-mile tour featured UT’s focus on recruiting students from all areas of the state.
Michael Fitzgerald spoke to the Knoxville News Sentinel about the voting histories of Knoxville City Council candidates.