A member of the Volunteer family has passed away. Ryan Cook, of Riverside, California, was a student in the College of Law.
UT is home to more than 500 clubs and organizations that get students involved on campus, and this fall a unique opportunity for students is firing up with the new Blacksmithing Club.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy hosted the second and final debate in the US Senate race between Representative Marsha Blackburn and former governor Phil Bredesen Wednesday evening.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will begin expanding its ¡Vamos al Museo! (Let’s Go to the Museum!) program to serve Hispanic students at Norwood Elementary School, thanks to a gift from an anonymous donor.
Normandy Scholars is an interdisciplinary program designed to allow undergraduate students of all majors to study World War II in a wider context.
A member of the Volunteer family has passed away. James Hinesley, of Franklin, Tennessee, was a first-year student at the university.
John Quinn, who served as chancellor of UT Knoxville from 1989 to 1992, passed away Monday, October 8.
We’ve all heard of Paris, Berlin, Rio de Janeiro, and Shanghai, but what about the slightly smaller, less touristy cities of the world? Break away from the norm and study in a “second city.”
UT will close Laurel Hall for the remainder of the academic year in order to effectively clean the building after mold was found in some rooms.
UT will close Laurel Hall for the remainder of the school year to effectively clean the building after mold was found in some rooms.
Celebrating its 25th year, UT’s Center for Leadership and Service is preparing to send nine teams on fall break trips to work in communities around the region on projects involving education, public health, and wealth inequality.
Dignitaries and alumni, including Tickle College of Engineering eponym John D. Tickle, were on hand Friday afternoon as UT broke ground for its new engineering facility.