Xylina Marshall, who graduated in May, is honing her Italian skills by participating in the VoluntarItaly program in Northern Italy. Marshall is one of nine students from the program who are working at summer internships through the Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures and World Business program where they are getting hands-on experience in business while applying their foreign language skills.
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Retiring Burdette Looks Back on His Fifty-Plus Years at UT Germany and Austria were still occupied by Allied forces, Hawaii and Alaska weren’t yet states, and chimpanzees—let alone humans—had not gotten anywhere near space exploration. That was the situation around the world when Edwin “Ed” Burdette came to UT as an undergraduate in the mid-1950s.
A group of UT students recently took a trip of a lifetime to work on projects in Cuba.
Professor Teri Baxter recently took time to analyze some of the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on major issues such as affirmative action, immigration, and abortion, as well as the impact of Justice Antonin Scalia’s unexpected death.
A group of teachers will fly model planes, drop eggs from a rooftop, and launch rockets at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 19, as part of the conclusion to a summer aerospace and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) workshop.
Dunlap Industries, named for the county seat of its Sequatchie County headquarters, grew from the concept of indigenous businesses developed by the TVA and UT fifty years ago.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has ruled in favor of a client recently represented by students of the College of Law’s Appellate Litigation Clinic.
One of the biggest stumbling blocks to having successful relationships lies within. That’s the somewhat startling finding of a study conducted by graduate student Jerika Norona and Professor Deborah Welsh, both of the psychology department, which Welsh heads.
Claire Stigliani, assistant professor of drawing and painting in the School of Art, recently received a $25,000 grant through the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s Painters and Sculptors Grant Program.
The Pregame Showcase—the popular faculty lectures held on campus two hours before each home football game—will be on hiatus until Phase II of the new Student Union construction is completed.