The director also met early-career faculty and toured labs with students.
CAMM’s focus will lead to new industries in clean energy, computing and national security.
The facility will conduct research and training in advanced manufacturing.
As the academic year comes to a close, 92 students from across Tennessee are preparing to join the Volunteer family in the fall as UT’s second class of Distinguished Tennessean Scholars.
Plans include expanding Ph.D. and undergraduate opportunities and adding new research projects.
New residence halls will be built along Andy Holt and Caledonia Avenues and adjacent to Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
This spring, more than 5,400 students turned their tassels and became Vols for Life. Take a look at some of the highlights.
Eleven students at UT have been selected for 2023-24 Fulbright student awards. Seven students were named alternates.
Titled Leading with Courage, the class examined how Tennesseans from across generations, industries and communities found the courage to be bold and decisive leaders.
The Campus Advisory Board gathered for its last meeting of the spring semester.
This first-of-its-kind mobility coalition will prepare Tennesseans for good-paying jobs and create, recruit and retain the innovation industries of Tennessee’s future.
UT will host 11 commencement ceremonies May 18-20 as it welcomes more than 5,000 graduates into its alumni family.