UT has been named a gold level campus by the Exercise Is Medicine global health initiative managed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
Student-owned start-up businesses seeking funding can apply to the Boyd Venture Challenge, beginning now.
Since 1993, students have embodied what it means to be a Volunteer by participating in meaningful service in cities across the United States during the university’s Alternative Break trips.
Hurricane Maria was the 10th most powerful storm on record when it tore through the Caribbean last fall, leaving behind nearly $92 billion in damage and changing lives forever.
UT’s spring break is set for March 12-16. Please keep in mind some important information to help you return to campus safely.
As Miranda Lambert was preparing for her concert, her tour manager took some time to talk about what goes on behind the scenes in a country music concert tour.
Thousands of Americans start the year off with high expectations to change their spending and saving habits only to fall back into their status quo before the end of the first quarter.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy is launching the Washington Program, a two-week intensive course in Washington, DC, this May.
Six students and a faculty member are in Washington, DC, as the Dollywood Foundation and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library celebrate the presentation of their 100 millionth book at the Library of Congress.
“We should go to Iceland.” That’s what student Sydney Bittinger told her classmate Lauren Taylor when their architecture professor assigned their class to design a “place of immersion” in Reykjavik.
UT undergraduate students with a business idea or early-stage start-up can apply to the Graves Business Plan Competition beginning February 22.
Sally Brink, a senior in retail and consumer sciences in UT’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, recently returned from New York Fashion Week courtesy of IMG College Licensing and an internship in UT’s Office of Trademark Licensing.