UT engineering students developed pamphlets aimed at encouraging people to get the COVID vaccine as part of an Engineers in Medicine Society competition.
Engineering Students Help Promote COVID Vaccinations Through Competition
Wastewater Monitoring Plan Could Keep Campus Safe From COVID-19
Terry Hazen’s research team will help UT monitor the wastewater of most of the campus buildings potentially monitoring 30 buildings per week.
Knox County Mayor Visits the ICS Lab
Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs visited the Innovation and Collaboration Studio to get a first hand look at the work they are doing to produce face shields.
UT to Help Study Transit, Bike Sharing, and E-scooter Sharing in Nashville and Portland during Pandemic
UT researchers are working with colleagues in Portland to map transit, bike sharing, and e-scooter sharing during the current pandemic.
The Man Behind the Mask
Peter Tsai, long-time former faculty member in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, is the man behind the N95 mask.
Andes Mountain Top to Tennessee Valley
One week you’re climbing up to Machu Picchu. The next, you can barely climb out of bed. This was Jim Froula’s experience with COVID-19.
In the News: Alumnus Joel Seligstein Spoke to WBIR About How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Winter Athletes
Joel Seligstein, alumnus and member of the college’s Board of Advisors, spoke to WBIR about how COVID-19 is affecting his training for the Winter Olympics.
Staff Spotlight: Tom Duong Has a Lot Going On
Tom Duong, academic support specialist for the Innovation and Collaboration Studio, stepped up during the COVID-19 pandemic.