For the second year in a row, UT was rated top among Tennessee institutions for preparing teachers to work in the state, according to the 2018 Teacher Preparation Report Card.
Martin-West recently worked with neighbors in her Nashville community and with faculty and staff in UT’s College of Social Work to provide a home for a homeless neighbor named JJ.
It has been 170 years since James K. Polk served as the 11th president of the United States. His legacy, however, lives on at UT through the James K. Polk Project.
With a record-setting 19 students receiving US Fulbright Student Awards last year, UT ranks fourth among public research universities and 12th among all research universities, tying with Harvard University.
Experts at the Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature have put together a diverse list of great reading material to celebrate the many cultural contributions made by African Americans throughout United States history.
UT hosted its 10th annual Tennessee High School Ethics Bowl this past Saturday, February 2, with 115 high school students from 16 high schools across the state competing.
Hiroyuki Kobayashi, consul general of Japan in Nashville, gave a public lecture on US–Japan relations at UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy this past Tuesday.
UT’s Early Learning Center offers full-day study tours that bring educators and students from throughout the Southeast to experience the center’s unique approach.
Associate Professor Noriko Horiguchi has been enhancing students’ understanding of Japanese language and culture and the country’s strong political, economic, and cultural ties with the United States through UT’s Japanese program.
A faculty member and a team of students from UT’s College of Communication and Information will be providing real-time analysis of Super Bowl LIII’s commercials for WLVT on Sunday.
The spring portion of the UT Humanities Center’s 2018–19 Distinguished Visiting Scholars Lecture Series kicks off January 29 with Steven Stoll’s “The Ordeal of Appalachia.”
Study by two UT faculty members says bilingual children do not have more advantages than monolingual children when it comes to executive function.