This section of Dialogue features a roundup of outside media coverage faculty in our college received, as well as additional news items from departments. If you have a new item you’d like included in the next Dialogue, please email Amanda Womac.
Arts and Sciences Media Mentions for November
Humanities and Visual & Performing Arts
- WBIR: Professor with Ties to the Titanic Teaches Class about Ship Disaster (Music)
- KNS: A Little Magic Makes an Ebenezer Scrooge Come to Life (Theatre)
- KNS: Clarence Brown Theatre plays ‘A Christmas Carol’ (Theatre)
- Rubenstein Pens KNS Op-Ed on Grad Student Tax Impact (History)
- Burghardt Shares Opinions on Pet Reptiles In New York Times (Psychology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
- Daily Times: Walland Third-Graders Test Out Augmented Reality Sandbox Created by UT (Geography)
- Forensic Mag: UT Forensic Anthropology Team to Collaborate on Research of Bones (Anthropology)
- WBIR Features an In-Depth Look at UT’s ‘Body Farm’ (Anthropology)
- UT Anthropology Professor’s Book Discussed in Inside Higher Ed (Anthropology)
- National, International Media Share Anderson Study on Climate Change, Destruction of Archaeological Sites (Anthropology)
- KNS: Grissino-Mayer and One-Year Anniversary of Gatlinburg Wildfires (Geography)
- Local8Now: Flores Discusses Fandom and Symptoms of Depression (Psychology)
ExxonMobil representatives (and UT engineering alumni) Andrea Gerrity and Geoff Sanders visited UT and made a donation to the Departments of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. Pictured are Andrea and Geoff, along with Wayne Davis (dean of Engineering), Larry McKay (EPS), Chris Cox (CEE), and Paul Frymier (Chemical & Biochemical Engineering). EPS typically uses these donations for graduate fellowships.