ORE's Proposal Writing Institute Prepares Faculty for CAREER Application
ORE's Proposal Writing Institute Prepares Faculty for CAREER Application
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Could patients experience less pain and possibly have better recovery outcomes if their fears or emotional issues were addressed before surgery?
Rebecca Koszalinski, assistant professor in the College of Nursing; Anahita Khojandi, assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the Tickle College of Engineering; and Bruce Ramshaw, a physician and adjunct professor in the Haslam College of Business, recently developed a predictive model to examine that question.
Learn more about their research

ORE's Proposal Writing Institute Prepares Faculty for CAREER Application

Each spring, a select cohort of faculty are invited to participate in ORE's Proposal Writing Institute in preparation for applying to the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER).
Learn more about the PWI at research.utk.edu.
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The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been named one of the nation’s top producing Fulbright Student campuses. With 16 students receiving Fulbright US Student Awards in the 2019–2020 competition, UT ranks seventh among public research universities and is the top-ranked SEC school.
Abnormal behavior of parvalbumin (PV) neurons (in red) in the auditory cortex of the mouse brain manifests as parental neglect. Normal activity of PV neurons depends on the Mecp2 gene, without which female mice can’t learn to respond to distress cries of young pups.
Billy Lau, a postdoctoral researcher in BCMB, examines the time during which an adult female mouse first learns to recognize and respond to the distress cries of young mouse pups. The findings were published earlier this month in the Journal of Neuroscience.
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Governor Bill Lee proclaimed February 9-15 Graduate Education Week, citing graduate education’s positive economic impact on the state and the advancement of resources to the community and the public.

Call for Papers: Fourth Biennial Conference on Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights

The Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights program has joined with the Southern Anthropological Society to present a joint conference, serving as the Fourth Biennial Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights Conference and the 54th Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society, which will take place April 3- April 5, 2020.
Learn more at anthropology.utk.edu.

White House Releases 2021 Budget Proposal

Earlier this week, the White House released an overview of President Trump's budget request, the first step in a long process to approve a federal budget. 


Will Dalton to sit on 100th National 4-H Congress Design Team—Sydney Bittinger wins holiday design competition—Mitchell Squire named 2020 BarberMcMurry Endowed Professor
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