Joshua Fu, the John D. Tickle Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Tickle College of Engineering has completed a collaborative study to understand how smoke particles from wildfires can impact human health.
Social scientists across a broad field of disciplines pose questions aimed at understanding the ways individuals live in relation to their surroundings.
Six emerging researchers in UT’s humanities departments are among those teaching us to think critically about who we are.
Students are uncovering ancient history half a world away through the efforts of two UT faculty members who have spent the past decade excavating an archaeological site in southern Jordan.
Mars expert Harry “Hap” McSween retired from his position as a professor of planetary geoscience in 2016, but he is still a very present force in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Four recent graduates and one current student from UT have been named winners in the prestigious 2019 Global Undergraduate Awards competition.
The Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will be home to the installation, allowing it to foster new means of education and breakthroughs in research in the world of high-performance computing.
In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, UT engineering professors and students are taking adventurous steps to ensure the quality of our water and air is in check.
Viruses don’t always kill their microbial hosts. In many cases, they develop a mutually beneficial relationship: the virus establishes itself inside the microbe and, in return, grants its host immunity against attack by similar viruses.