Local NPR affiliate 91.9FM WUOT recently featured Professor Joseph Carcello and his appointment to the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee.
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured an article on Barry “Butch” Wilmore, a UT graduate, who will take command of the International Space Station in November.
A research project by Chris Cherry, associate professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, was cited in a Gizmodo
A group of seniors have been biking cross-country to raise awareness about human trafficking and money to fight modern-day slavery.
Business professor Joseph Carcello has been named to the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee. The Knoxville News
BI Software Insight, an online hub for business intelligence-related news, named UT’s Master in Business Analytics as one of the top big
Time wrote about a recent study by UT and ORNL researchers, published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry, that focuses on the engineering of enzymes produced in the bodies of squid that may be effective in breaking down nerve gasses and other deadly chemical weapons. The team aspires to create a prophylactic drug from these enzymes that will mitigate their harmful effects on humans, but first they must modify the enzymes to ensure that the human body won’t destroy them first.
Kurt Sickafus has been cited by the Associated Press as someone whose research might make nuclear energy safer.
College of Engineering professor Lee Han was once again a guest expert on the use of red light cameras, this time appearing on All Sides with Ann Fisher on Ohio Public Radio.
UT faculty joined community volunteers this weekend to install a new natural playground at the North Head Start Center. The playground