New federal regulations mandating rest time for truckers could mean increased costs for consumers, according to a study from UT’s
WNYC Public Radio’s “On the Media” program reported on the ways that proponents of creationism have used the tools of modern media to make their case. The segment host, Brooke Gladstone, interviewed UT journalism professor and author Ed Caudill on his book Intelligently Designed: How Creationists Built the Campaign Against Evolution.
The Chronicle of Higher Education and Knoxville News Sentinel featured stories about Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek’s visit to the White
The tone and content of a politician’s speech affects whether businesses make financial and employment investments in that politician’s state, according to a new study co-authored by Larry Fauver, the James F. Smith Jr. Professor of Financial Institutions in the College of Business Administration.
Though recent suicide bombings in Volgograd may be an attempt to create fear in the run-up to the Sochi Olympics
A study led by Karen Lloyd, assistant professor of microbiology, has been listed as one of the top five research
A blogger for the Wall Street Journal covered research conducted by UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientists. Using first
PBS featured research by Terry Hazen, UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology, which investigated Gulf of Mexico
WATE-TV Channel 6 featured retail professor Ann Fairhurst about tipping etiquette this holiday season. Fairhurst, head of UT’s Department of
Style with Benefits, an internet-based retail company founded by senior economics major Chelsea Padgham, won the Vol Court fall session.