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Brandon Hollingsworth, WUOT News

Tennessee’s state park rangers aren’t in the business just because they get to wear cool hats. Many of them are trained in the natural sciences, such as biology or geology. Method host Brandon Hollingsworth visits with Fall Creek Falls State Park ranger Matt Brown. He talks about sharing his love of science with the public.

The Knox County Public Library is partnering with NewsBank to create a digital archive of the Knoxville News Sentinel, for the years 1922 through 1990. The project is called From Papers to Pixels, and the library is in the midst of a huge fundraising campaign to pay for the result.

Finding Patterns In The History Of Human Warfare

Sep 16, 2015
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If you’ve never had to dig for public records, you might be surprised to know they’re not as public as you think. Obtaining copies of those records can rack up some hefty fees. Now, state officials are considering adding more fees, applying even when all you do is look at the documents yourself.

WUOT's Chrissy Keuper spoke with Jennifer Richter (Associate Vice Chancellor and Director of UT's Office of Equity and Diversity) and Ashley Blamey (Director of UT's  Center for Health Education and Wellness) about the University of Tennessee's new policy regarding sexual assault on campus.

The Legacy Parks Foundation is celebrating its 10th Anniversary.

Pellissippi State Community College

This fall, thousands of Tennessee college freshmen entered the classroom with the help of state scholarship money. The program, called Tennessee Promise, is designed to boost college graduation rates. WUOT’s Brandon Hollingsworth reports one of its main tools is money to combat spiraling tuition costs.


It’s the first week of classes at Pellissippi State Community College, in west Knox County. 1,752 of the college’s 2,550 registered freshmen wouldn’t be here without Tennessee Promise. One of them is Gabbie Abbatmarco.

Brandon Hollingsworth, WUOT News

 Early this year, virologist Colleen Jonsson moved from Kentucky to Knoxville, to become the new director of NIMBioS. That’s the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, located on the University of Tennessee campus. WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper spoke with Jonsson about the institute and her plans for its future.

Tennessee Valley Authority

 On Friday, August 21, the Tennessee Valley Authority’s board of directors approved a long-term plan for the utility’s future. Called an Integrated Resource Plan, or IRP, its intent is to forecast how TVA will generate power over roughly the next twenty years.

Interview: Bradley Reeves Previews "Stark Love"

Aug 14, 2015