Fall 2017

In commemorating the magazine’s 100th anniversary this year, the winter issue’s theme was “Past,” the spring issue’s theme, “Present,” and this, the final issue of 2017, focuses on “Future.” In focusing on the future, we found water rose quickly as a sub-theme as we learned of UT work ensuring water is an ample and safe resource for generations ahead. As one of the professors quoted in this issue says, “One unifying theme of life is (we’re) all tied to water.”

And, as water goes, so goes our future. Faculty researchers across the UT system are working to make sure that future goes well.

Consciousness of Streams

Four researchers at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga could hardly be more conscious of streams. And what flows through…

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John Tucker

Water is Future

Multi-faceted and entangled issues of water quality, environment and now increasingly the law have implications for Tennessee’s future. They certainly…

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Mark Schorr

Quality of Life

Mark Schorr researches stream fish ecology, with an emphasis on water pollution issues and population/community ecology.

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A Sixth Mass Extinction

Thomas Wilson researches the adverse effects of deteriorating water quality and habitat on amphibians and other aquatic life in the…

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Participants in the first occupational therapy doctoral program gather after graduation.

Occupational Therapy Graduates First Doctoral Class

When UTC’s occupational therapy doctoral program launched in 2013, it was one of just eight OTD programs in the country.

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