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News & Noteworthy

In the News

This section of Dialogue features external media coverage faculty, staff, and students in our college received. Links are sourced from UT System News Roundup.

Department News & Noteworthy Achievements

This section of Dialogue features internal news and noteworthy achievements by faculty, staff, and students in our college, as well as other department news. If you have a news item, please email Amanda Womac.

Marcia Goldenstein

Professor Emerita Marcia Goldenstein received a Tennessee Arts Commission 2021 Individual Artist Fellowship for her project, Women in Stiches, which features embroidered portraits of women activists. Read More

Daniel Simberloff

Dan Simberloff, the Gore Hunger Professor of Environmental Science in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, is the most-cited scientist at UT, according to a study conducted by Stanford University. Read More

Miriam Thalos

Mariam Thalos, professor and head of the Department of Philosophy, published a light-hearted article about working from home in the journal Think. Read More

Hanno Weitering

Hanno Weitering, professor and head of the Department of Physics, is part of a research team that successfully modified a semiconductor to create a superconductor. Read More

Brandon Winford

The Teaching and Learning Innovation team featured Brandon Winford, associated professor in the Department of History, as a faculty spotlight in the November 2020 edition of their newsletter. Read More

The Department of Energy featured news from the physics department in the University and Stakeholders news section of their website. Read More

Students in the College of Architecture and Design contributed to designs for the planned new Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre. Read More

In Memoriam

Rebecca Klenk

Rebecca Klenk, lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, passed away November 15, 2020. Klenk was an accomplished cultural anthropologist who mentored and taught UT students for many years. Read More