A team of UTPD officers is supporting Special Olympics Tennessee by running.
The UT Institute of Agriculture took a peek into a time capsule from 1919 during the centennial celebration.
More than 150 UT alumni and friends in 15 cities across the nation volunteered to participate in a day of service to help their local communities.
Fifteen incoming students join the next cohort of UT’s Haslam Scholars, Knoxville’s premier undergraduate honors program.
UT’s spring 2021 dean’s list has been posted online. The list is searchable by semester, name, hometown, state, and county (Tennessee only).
UT earned a shared first place in the SEC with three students selected as Goldwater Scholars, receiving the most prestigious undergraduate STEM scholarships in the US.
In the midst of research, teaching, coursework, and a personal life, Bikash Bogati found that volunteering in the Knoxville community created a calmness in his life.
UT will continue the test optional pilot program started last year, which makes submitting ACT or SAT scores as part of the admissions process optional for prospective students.
The Work-Life Sounding Board at UT hopes to reach employees across campus with its new podcast. The sounding board aims to connect, engage, and support staff in balancing the demands of work and life.
Since she first arrived on campus, Rachel Rui (’09, ’14) has been driven by a spirit of giving back.
UT is expanding its online portfolio to include a Master of Science degree program in computer science through the Tickle College of Engineering.
Joseph Mazer, professor and chair of Clemson University’s Department of Communication, will be the next dean of UT’s College of Communication and Information effective July 1.