Karla McKanders, associate professor of law and director of the UT Law Immigration Clinic, recently spoke to WBIR-TV about the more than two dozen United States governors asking the federal government to temporarily stop accepting refugees from Syria in light of the recent Paris attacks until a stronger vetting system can be developed and implemented.
Shanfeng Wang, associate professor of biomedical and materials science engineering, was recently awarded a three-year NSF grant. His research program focuses on polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering applications such as bone, nerve, and cardiovascular regeneration.
An estimated 400 million people worldwide tuned in this past August to see the music, pageantry, and demonstrations at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland. That means people from all over the world heard Commander Mike Alverson (’95) lead the Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes in a rousing rendition of “Rocky Top.”
As the worldwide use of clean energy increases, the need to store it for efficient use grows. Wind and solar energy generation often does not match consumer demand cycles, creating a need for massive energy storage.
Jennifer Gramling, director of online programs at UT, and Malissa Peery, distinguished lecturer in math, spoke to the Nashville Ledger about trends in massive open online courses and how UT is incorporating digital learning into classrooms in a thoughtful way to improve outcomes.
How does the university spend the money collected from the various mandatory fees you pay? We break down how your money is spent on the programs and services provided to you as a student.
A new way of analyzing soil led to some startling findings.
If you plan to be on campus during fall break, you might be wondering what will stay open and what operating times will be different Thursday through Sunday.
A UT team has received a federal grant to help combat a deadly disease affecting bats. The grant will be used to explore how the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome affects Southeastern bats during hibernation.
The Summer Sessions office is currently conducting a survey to ask students how the university can better serve you in the summer. If you were randomly selected to complete the survey, please take a few minutes to complete it. Your feedback will make a difference! At the conclusion, you will have the opportunity to register for