New scholarships for in-state students include the Distinguished Tennessean, Orange and White, and Tennessean Connect. The new scholarships are designed to enable more students across the state to have access to a UT education.
Associate Professor of History Tore Olsson is using the popular Red Dead Redemption series to discuss US History in 1880 to 1920.
The Coalition of Black Social Workers provides students in Knoxville, Nashville, or enrolled online with mentorship and community support. Its model is now expanding across the region.
Programs across the state will receive grant support for the professional development and learning of existing Tennessee teachers.
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Chancellor Donde Plowman and Vice Provost for Student Success Amber Williams speak about the university’s efforts toward student success after the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the past year, faculty and students have been helping with the launch of Knox County’s first recovery high school program.
Nineteen first-year, first-generation students experience a week of service–learning in Costa Rica.
Clara Prinston has been named host of WUOT’s Afternoon Concert series.
WUOT is airing six stories about communities lost to urban renewal.
According to US Census Bureau data analyzed by the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research at UT, Tennessee ranked as the 16th most populous state in the nation, up one position from 2010.
Carol Tenopir is retiring after 27 years teaching information sciences at UT.