Two water experts from UT will be panelists at this month’s Southeastern Conference Academic Conference.
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The Christian Science Monitor recently spoke with UT’s Jon Hathaway about urban storm runoff.
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The Center for Transportation Research at UT has established itself as a go-to source for information, research, and expertise in all areas of transportation. Recently, the CTR established its Faculty Fellows program to recognize some of the people who have helped advance that work. Now in its third year, the program has 15 members, including
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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.
Jerad Bales, one of the world’s leading water resource experts, will address growing concerns and issues related to water availability, challenges, and safety at at 3:30 p.m. Monday, September 26 in Room 410 of the John D. Tickle Engineering Building. The event is free and open to the public.