Latina Vol Maria Urias discovered her calling in sociology and is using her research to better Appalachian Tennessee–the community that raised her.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will host a public COVID-19 vaccination clinic Tuesday, April 13.
Knoxville native Tyler Young made a familiar campus feel brand new by embracing new challenges and pursuing lasting relationships.
WUOT was awarded a grant for stories about communities razed during urban renewal.
Law student Rachel Tom-Quinn is easing the hiring process for people with convictions through a certificate of employability.
Graduate student Shande King turned dual passions for math and French into a multi-degree journey at UT where he found a calling in the field of education.
After a difficult transition, first-generation college student Madison Woods found place at UT through service and a passion for social justice.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will host a public COVID-19 vaccination clinic Friday, April 9.
UT’s Army ROTC program recently received the 2020 MacArthur Award for showing outstanding work in preparing commissioned officers for service in the U.S. Army.
Hosted by the Graduate School and other campus partners, various events and engagement opportunities will take place all week to spotlight UT’s graduate students and the incredible work they do.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and UT is recognizing the month through a series of in-person and virtual events dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assault and prevention.
Six seniors have been recognized as Torchbearers, UT’s highest undergraduate honor. The recipients learned of their selections through a surprise visit by Chancellor Plowman or a member of her cabinet.