The Regal Scholars program, offered for the ninth year in a row, provides scholarships to 10 freshmen, 10 sophomores, 10 juniors, and 10 seniors.
New research gives insight into why citizens from Mexico and Central American countries attempt the treacherous journey to the United States.
UT alumni Shelly Gaughan was chosen as a recipient for the 2018 Milken Educator Award.
The Center for the Study of War and Society, in conjunction with the East Tennessee History Center, holds a day of events to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
East Tennessee PBS will air five microdocumentaries on area veterans created by UT School of Journalism students, Land Grant Films, and UT-licensed public radio station WUOT.
A UT graduate student has studied how libraries can better serve poor and homeless people in their communities.
The National Rural Education Association has recognized the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Center for Educational Leadership with the 2018 NREA Exemplary Practices Award for its Administrators Planning Innovation for Rural Education rural school leadership initiative.
Students in Big Idols, Big Falls, a First-Year Studies 129 course explore the redemption of public figures who have fallen from society’s good graces.
UT’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will celebrate Knoxville’s rich history of activism and diversity during a family and community day related to its current exhibition, For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights.
The College of Communication and Information invites the campus community to participate in its ninth annual Diversity and Inclusion Week, September 24–27.
UT senior and Knoxville native Andrew Capps spent seven months interviewing experts, attorneys, and victims about their experiences with hate crimes across America.
The 2018 US Open final between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka will be remembered for Williams’s argument with chair umpire Carlos Ramos.