UT, UK, and US Army Announce $50M Collaboration; Rotty Top Blooms at UT
UT, UK, and US Army Announce $50M Collaboration; Rotty Top Blooms at UT

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RD Highlight: Internal Competitions Lift Up Rising Stars
The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development recently developed a new approach to limited faculty fellowships and awards, coordinating about two dozen internal competitions for opportunities offered by private foundations and corporations. With help from ORIED's Research Development staff, Deadric Willams, assistant professor of sociology, received a nomination to apply for the William T. Grant Jr. Scholars program. 
Learn more about Williams's proposal process
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UT, the University of Kentucky, and the US Army have announced a new five-year, $50 million advanced manufacturing project. This collaborative effort focuses on improving materials and manufacturing methods that could significantly advance capabilities of the US Army.
University of Tennessee students exhibited creativity designing floating wetlands
Concrete is the most widely used man-made material on the planet and accounts for a large percentage of global carbon dioxide emissions. Civil engineering doctoral student Debalina Ghosh teamed up with ORNL and industry researchers to develop a greener, faster-drying material.
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Last week, Rotty Top, or UT's corpse flower (Titan arum), bloomed for the first time since it arrived on campus two decades ago. With the largest cluster of flowers of any plant in the world, corpse flowers bloom once every seven to ten years, and emit a smell like rotting meat. 
Clcik here to learn more about the HPSC -omics Symposium


Jennie L. Ivey Honored by Southern section of the American Society of Animal Science—Vladimir Sobes Receives NRC Faculty Development Grant—Robert Burns Honored by the ASABE Structures and Environment Division—J. Phenise Poole Appointed President of UT Alumni Board of Directors—Andrew Muhammad to Serve on AAEA’s Board of Directors—Mark Denavit Honored by AISC in 2021. 
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