Campbell Wins NEH Fellowship; Working to Increase Transportation Equity
Campbell Wins NEH Fellowship; Working to Increase Transportation Equity
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Rocks and Glaciers in Iceland

UT Researcher Finds Life After 24,000 Years

A team of UT researchers, including Tatiana Vishnivetskaya, research assistant professor in the Center for Environmental Biotechnology, has recently discovered life in the Siberian permafrost dating back to around 24,000 years ago, which have survived millennia in the heart of the frozen landscape.
Read more about Vishnivetskaya's research
Click here to learn more about the TinyTed Talks
Tara Moore, UT's Department of Theory & Practice in Teacher Education
Mary Campbell, associate professor of art history at the UT School of Art, received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her project titled, The Work of Tennessee-born Painter Beauford Delaney (1901–1979), through Music and Voices.
UT High Performance & Scientific Computing
A new National Science Foundation-backed initiative led by UT hopes to look at data related to transportation and information technology accessibility in Knoxville in an effort to increase transportation equity and offer potential solutons for barriers to infrastructure development.
Deadric Williams, UT's Department of Sociology
David G. White, associate dean for UT AgResearch, has been appointed to a new World Health Organization Advisory Group on critically important antimicrobials for human medicine. The group is focused on global efforts to reduce the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. 
Click here to learn about the 4-H Youth Perspectives event
Rebecca Keiser, chief of research security strategy and policy at the National Science Foundation (NSF), will visit UT Knoxville on January 28. She will give a presentation for the UT community while she is on campus in Room 169 of the Student Union from 9:30–10:30 a.m.


Herbert College of Agriculture Department Recognized for Outstanding Postsecondary Education—Team of Researchers from the Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Wins Best Paper Award—Charles Lomax Honored at MLK Awards Luncheon—Miaomiao Zhang Wins First Place in Student Data Analysis Competition—Chandler Bauder Wins National Radio Science Award.
Read all recent Recognitions

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1534 White Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37996-1529
Phone: 865-974-3466

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