Alumna Meg Hutchinson’s entrepreneurial journey began with a childhood dream to become a florist.
A milestone year in UT’s history began with the long-awaited opening of the Student Union, and it didn’t slow down a bit from there.
Five students graduated December 13 with more than 225 hours of community service each, earning the gold service medallion awarded by the Jones Center for Leadership and Service.
Conny Sidi Kazungu remembers hearing her dad’s voice on the other end of the phone and exhaling. Only minutes earlier, she had heard the blast from her home. Suicide bombers in trucks parked outside the US Embassy in Nairobi had exploded, killing more than 200 people.
On November 15, the night before Garth Brooks’s sold-out concert inside Neyland Stadium, Ashley Humphrey stood a few feet away from the singer during his sound check, waiting to ask for a favor. “Garth, will you sign my graduation cap?” she shouted during a pause in the music.
From his first week on campus four years ago, Mustafa Ali-Smith had his mind set. He would become the first person in his family to graduate from college. But as important as succeeding academically was to him, he knew he wanted to do more, too.
Kylie Hubbard is ready for her next story. Hubbard has concluded her third semester as editor-in-chief of UT’s independent student newspaper, the Daily Beacon. She graduated this month with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and electronic media.
UT senior Travis Bryan, a student veteran, dreams about graduating in December and walking into his future.
Researchers have developed a free open source computer program that can be used to create visual and quantitative representations of brain electrical activity.
Natalie Campbell has been selected for a Mitchell Scholarship, one of the most prestigious undergraduate awards in the country.
Undergraduate student participation in research continues to distinguish UT among its peers.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for nine new monuments dedicated to the council earlier this month on Johnson-Ward Pedestrian Walkway.