The Boston Globe highlighted the research of Garriy Shteynberg, assistant professor of psychology, that examines how the knowledge that other people are watching debates polarizes our view of politicians.
Nineteen public relations students are working on a PR campaign about revitalization efforts in downtown Lenoir City. The project is part of this year’s Smart Communities Initiative.
UT’s David Clarke spoke with WUOT about the future of driverless cars and the steps that need to be taken before they become a reality.
Center for Transportation Research director David Clarke recently spoke to the Associated Press about the rail disaster in New Jersey.
Krista Wiegand and Brandon Prins spoke with the Knoxville News Sentinel about where the US and the rest of the world stand in terms of combating radical Islamic terrorism fifteen years after the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Kristina Gordon, UT professor of psychology and a relationship expert, spoke to NewsTalk 98.7 about what it takes to build or re-build a good relationship.
WUOT 91.9 FM recently interviewed Dan Feller, professor of history, about the political battles brewing during Andrew Jackson’s presidency and the release of a new volume of the Papers of Andrew Jackson.
Marilyn Kallet, professor of English and a poet, recently spoke with NewsTalk 98.7 about dreams and how to interpret them and gain insight from them.
Dawn Szymanski, professor of psychology, and Chandra Feltman, a graduate teaching associate in psychology, examined the emotional toll of working in what they dub “breastaurants”–restaurants that feature scantily clad waitresses–in an article on Raw Story.
Communication Studies faculty member Courtney Wright is the author of an essay that was recently posted on Inside Higher Ed. According to her article, faculty members at colleges and universities around the country are grappling with how to address potentially sensitive topics such as race and ethnicity, sexual assault, gender and sexuality, religion, and political