Kate Jones explains the inner workings of stars and how the atomic nucleus leaves its fingerprints on the chemical composition of the solar system.
Zoom in on some engaging objects found around the college and try to guess what each object is before seeing the bigger picture.
Retired professor Alan Heilman has spent a lifetime getting up close and personal with plants—under the lens of his microscope and through the lens of his camera.
Alumni remember their most inspirational professors in the arts and sciences at UT.
Susan Riechert leads students in arachnid research throughout the American West.
It’s time for the 2013 Pregame Showcase, featuring interesting and lively presentations by some of the best professors on campus.
The college has just released a report highlighting our progress to help UT reach the Top 25. Read about our impressive students, faculty, alumni, staff, and donors, and then let us know how we’re doing.
US ambassador and UT alumna Margaret Scobey will speak at the college’s commencement on May 10, and several members of the college family were honored at the 2013 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.
The college has appointed six new department chairs, reappointed one chair for a new term, and presented faculty awards for teaching, research, and more.
Professor Marvelene Moore, founder and chair of the National Symposium on Multicultural Music, was destined to become a successful music educator.
Unrivaled among the game-day events usually associated with college football, UT Knoxville’s Pregame Faculty Showcase celebrates 20 years of educating—and entertaining—fans.
Hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences in the University Center Ballroom 2 hours before kickoff, each Pregame Faculty Showcase is free and open to the public and gives football fans a chance to enjoy some academic enlightenment before the athletic excitement of home games.
Theresa Lee discusses the sleep effects of daylight savings time change.