At the Tokyo Olympics, more than a dozen UT student–athletes will compete or coach, continuing a long tradition of university involvement in the Summer Games.
Former Lady Vol swimmer and 2020 graduate Erika Brown will compete on Team USA in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics.
UT alumna Courtney Lyle will broadcast Olympic field hockey for NBC.
UT’s 1962 College Bowl team impressed national TV viewers.
Investments made by UT alumni and friends during the 2021–21 fiscal year has enabled another generation of students to gain access to the Volunteer experience.
During April and May, UT challenged each alumni chapter around the country to raise a $500 scholarship.
The UT Board of Trustees approved a nearly $1.35 billion budget for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus that included a zero percent tuition increase for the 2021–22 fiscal year.
A UT team will compete in the ultimate battle of brains in the new summer series “Capital One College Bowl,” hosted by UT alumnus Peyton Manning on NBC.
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.