College of Architecture and Design students and faculty are part of the redevelopment of Nashville’s Neuhoff slaughterhouse.
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Roger Nooe, College of Social Work professor emeritus and social services director for the Community Law Office, spoke to several media outlets about the Knoxville Homeless Management Information System’s 2015 annual report, released in early July. He began the semiannual study sixteen years ago.
The New Books Network recently interviewed Erin Elizabeth Smith on her new co-edited collection of poetry, Political Punch.
In an article for Tech Tank, a science and technology blog of the Brookings Institute, Stuart Brotman writes about how the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union may affect the EU’s Digital Single Market Strategy.
WebMD spoke to David Dupper, UT professor of social work, for a recent feature exploring when innocent teasing turns into calculated bullying.
Robbie Mathis, a freshman cadet, and his dad, Rob, were featured on a recent segment of the WBIR military service series, “Service and Sacrifice.”
On June 23, citizens of Britain will vote on whether their country should stay in the European Union. A paper published in 2012 by David Hummels of Purdue University and Georg Schaur, an economics professor in the Haslam College of Business, finds that every day goods are in transit adds a cost equivalent to a tariff of between 0.6 percent and 2.1 percent.
On Saturday, Makayla Claussen received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
Congratulations to UT’s Debate Team who took home the top award for the third consecutive year and twenty other honors in the International Public Debate Association National Debate Tournament.
A piece written by Glenn Harlan Reynolds, the Beauchamp Broan Distinguished Professor of Law, is featured today in The Washington Post as part of the newspaper’s weeklong discussion of jury nullification.