UT’s Division of Student Success reflects on one year of serving students and helping them reach their goals.
Professor Lynne Parker helps artificial intelligence to become a new tool to help the federal government run more efficiently and effectively.
Chancellor Donde Plowman announced today Danny White will become the new athletic director at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Japanese good-luck flags, yosegaki hinomaru, were small national flags, often inscribed with short messages wishing victory, safety, and good luck, given by friends and family to Japanese servicemen in World War II to carry as mementos from home. After the war, many flags came back with American soldiers as souvenirs.
Students, faculty, and staff at UT celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an interactive photo montage at the Student Union organized by the Division of Student Life and various campus partners.
Professor Michael Mason’s idea for communicating with 18- to 25-year-olds with identified cannabis-use disorders is to text them. The texts ask questions like “How is your mood today?” and “What is your stress level?”
Chancellor Donde Plowman has accepted the recommendation of Athletic Director Phillip Fulmer to move forward with terminating Head Football Coach Jeremy Pruitt. The decision is part of significant personnel action in the football program resulting from an investigation into potential NCAA violations.
Coming off a year in which community has been deeply sought, UT will host a series of events throughout January, both virtual and in person, to build community and celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
UT will open the spring semester with Big Orange Welcome, featuring six weeks of programming and over 300 different events to welcome students back from winter break.
The College of Law has been ranked among the best-value law schools in the country by PreLaw Magazine.
In a unique design research studio, Assistant Professor Maged Guerguis and his fifth-year architecture students addressed a school’s need that existed 9,000 miles away.
Chancellor Donde Plowman sat for an interview covering her first 14 months in the job, including her effort to build trust and communication with faculty and staff and how her priorities quickly pivoted in March when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic.