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Kristina Kravchenko is graduating with her bachelor’s degree at 17 years old. Records indicate she’s one of the youngest UT graduates ever, and is one of the two top graduates of the College of Animal Science and Natural Resources at UT.

Tom Winston is a 73 year old UT graduate who completed his law degree last week. He has “tried to retire at 59, 61, and 63 and failed miserably each time,” and decided to go to law school because he was “bored with retirement.”

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WUOT, the public radio station licensed to UT, is one of fifteen stations chosen in a national competition to participate in a storytelling project that aims to bring public media to more Americans.

published a segment Monday, December 15, looking at international scientific collaborations. He spoke with two ecologists, Emilio Bruna, professor of wildlife ecology and conservation and Latin American studies at the University of Florida and Stefano Allesina, assistant professor of ecology and evolution at the University of Chicago, on their recent research.

Bruna and Allesina wanted to know the scope of influence international scientific collaboration had on journal placement.

With approximately 20k scientific journals published today and only a fraction of those considered high profile publications that “set the agenda for scientific research,” the pair was interested in determining if collaborative research helped set the bar for inclusion.

The study, published in PLOS ONE, found that international papers receive better placement and are cited more often than non-international papers.

Listen to the full segment at WUOT.