This section of Dialogue features a roundup of the October media coverage for our college, 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.
Humanities and the Visual & Performing Arts
- UT Resident Scholar Visits the Women in Military Service for America Memorial in Arlington, VA (History)
- Huffington Post Features Column by Misty Anderson (English)
- News Sentinel: ‘Blue Window’ Plays at UT Lab Theatre (Theatre)
- Community Celebrates Three Decades of UT Forensic Anthropology (Anthropology)
- Chronicle of Higher Ed Quotes Alderman Work on Public Memory and Slavery (Geography)
- Toxic Snakes Know They’re Toxic, Agrees Burghardt in New Scientist (Psychology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
- Southern Illinoisan: UT Professor Collaborates on Project Concerning Impact of Hurricane Harvey (Anthropology)
- International Media Quote Burghardt on Compatibility of Reptiles, Amphibians and Modern Lifestyles (Psychology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
- The Atlantic: Macfie Describes How Role Confusion Can Affect Identity Development (Psychology)
- Pacelle to WMOT Radio: Bob Corker’s Departure Will Create Interesting Challenges for Republican Party (Political Science)
- UT Professor Comments in Nat Geo Story About Impact of Non-Native Species on Ecosystems (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
- Inside Science Quotes Astrophysicist Guidry on Multi-Messenger Events (Physics and Astronomy)
- WBIR: UT Chemist Hosted 27th Annual Magic of Chemistry Show (Chemistry)
In Other News
- Renee D’Elia-Zunino, distinguished lecturer of Italian, was featured in Advisor Spotlight.
- Endurance, by Scott Kelly and Margaret Lazarus Dean, professor of English, is number five on the New York Times Best Seller list.