This week, the Diversity and Inclusion committee is highlighting UTK Alumni, Jerreme Jackson, and EPP MS Student, Amira Cornish!
The Office of Multicultural Student Life, Black History Month Planning Committee, and College of Arts and Sciences College Conversations invites you to attend the 4th Annual Celebration of Black Excellence
This week, the Diversity and Inclusion committee is introducing two more scientists that have contributed to American culture, specifically technology. We are highlighting Frederick M. Jones and Dr. Gladys West for their impact on technology both domestic and global. Jones’s innovations revolutionized the refrigeration industry and Dr. West’s research was vital to modern technology, from GPS in phones to precision farming.
EPP is excited to celebrate Black History Month by recognizing the vital role of Black people in U.S. history and science. This week, we are highlighting two black scientists from the past and present, who both embody the theme of “Feeding the World”
EPP is excited to celebrate Black History Month by recognizing the vital role of Black people in U.S. history and science. This week, we are highlighting two black scientists from the past and present, who both embody the themes of “First” and “Groundbreaking”
The Office of Research & Engagement interviewed Julian Cosner. Check it out here: https://research.utk.edu/graduate-student-spotlight-julian-cosner/
Join us, as Joe Du, Tau Sigma’s President, speaks about social inequity in America during this one-hour, virtual event!
Join Dr. Catherine Luther—professor and director of the UT’s School of Journalism—Student Disability Services, and the FUTURE Program for a discussion on the role of media in today’s society and the need for inclusion and representation of people with disabilities in newsrooms and media entertainment.
Last week, the Office of Research and Engagement interviewed one of our students and featured them in the recent graduate student spotlight. Please look below for a snippet of their newsletter and be sure to click the link below for the full story! A newsletter from the Office of Research and Engagement Matthew Longmire grew up on his family farm in Clinton, TN, so it was no surprise that he became interested in research on agricultural systems. The fact that he can do this while incorporating another life-long fascination—bugs—is just the icing on the cake. Longmire is a graduate student in entomology and plant pathology at the UT Institute of Agriculture, and his research studies the
We interviewed Tara Rickman to share her story: