The Center for Career Development has adopted a new platform, Handshake, to replace Hire-A-VOL as the referral source for jobs, internships, and other professional opportunities.
The UT Knoxville family—current and prospective students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends—came together on Saturday to serve their communities.
Facilities Services Electrical Services unit has been working around the clock to restore damaged electrical switchgear in the Science and Engineering Research Facility that took down power to several buildings on the Hill.
Power has been restored to all campus buildings with the exception of the Science and Engineering Research Facility after an outage on Friday afternoon.
The VolCard Office is streamlining the information stored in ID cards issued to students.
The Haslam College of Business expects to launch its inaugural online master’s degree, the Master of Science in supply chain management, in mid-2019.
Knoxville Mayor, Madeline Rogero received the National Public Elected Official of the Year Award at the National Association of Social Work conference in Washington, DC.
The Board of Trustees approved a proposal to award an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden.
UT Knoxville will not increase tuition for the upcoming academic year, marking the first time since 1984 that tuition has held steady on the campus.
The Integrated Business and Engineering Program will now carry the name of the man who played an instrumental role in its creation.
Two staff members in the Department of History, both of whom lost their military sons in Iraq, were among the Gold Star families invited to the White House.
Teaching and Learning Innovation recently named 27 faculty members 2018 Faculty Fellows .